Former Iraqi Navy SEAL interpreter “Johnny Walker” cannot contain his pride at finally achieving his dream of becoming a U.S. citizen.
Walker, who was born in Iraq, worked for six years as an interpreter with the U.S. Navy SEALs in the war-torn Middle East. “Johnny Walker” is the code name the Navy SEALs gave him, which he proudly still uses.
During that time, Walker worked closely with legendary sniper Chris Kyle, who died in 2013. Chris Kyle served four tours in Iraq and was awarded four Bronze Star medals for meritorious service in a combat zone.
Walker to President Trump: Build That Wall!
Walker participated in his U.S. naturalization ceremony on March 20, 2019, and could not be prouder of being an American and embracing all that the country stands for.
He also made an important observation about the United States immigration process. “If you follow the legal procedure, this country will welcome you and they will love you,” he said, according to The Daily Caller.
Johnny Walker told Fox News’ Ed Henry that he tried to “Americanize” himself by watching John Wayne movies, listening to country music, and being a fan of the Harlem Globetrotters.
The 6-foot-4 Walker says he played basketball as a youth because of his height, which literally made him stand head-and-shoulders above his smaller countrymen.
Johnny Walker says he supports President Donald Trump and urges him to build the border wall.
(Source: Fox News)
Media Said Nothing When Obama Instituted Travel Ban
Walker says the left and the mainstream media are unfairly criticizing Trump for his temporary travel ban that targets five Muslim-majority countries.
Walker says the media silence was deafening when Barack Obama instituted the same travel ban during his presidency.
As BizPac Review has repeatedly pointed out, it’s not a “Muslim ban,” because the 90-day travel ban only applies to 5 Muslim-majority countries but allows travel from the 44 other Muslim-majority countries in the world.
“Go back to 2011 when Obama announced a travel ban against Iraq for six months,” Walker recounted. “No one said anything about it. No one even mentioned it on the news.”
Walker added that President Trump wants to build a border wall to protect national security.
“I support Trump and anyone like me,” Walker says. “I fought with American forces for what I believe in against savages in al Qaeda, Taliban, ISIS. And I followed the American procedures [to get lawful citizenship].”
Contrast This Patriot With Anti-American Muslim Ilhan Omar
Contrast Johnny Walker’s unbridled patriotism with that of Muslim Democrat Ilhan Omar. Omar — who was a refugee from Somalia, was given refuge in the United States, and is now a US Congresswoman.
Despite her unbelievably good fortune, Omar insists on trashing President Donald Trump and slamming the US as a racist country overrun by white supremacists.
Last week, Ilham Omar gloated when Fox News caved to leftist mob bullying and suspended Judge Jeanine Pirro for condemning sharia law and Omar’s long history of anti-Semitism.
Here’s what patriotic Americans — and the children of proud legal U.S. immigrants — have to say to anti-American haters. If you don’t like the USA, feel free to leave! We’ll help you pack.
Ihan’s District Scammed $100 Million From US Govt
Ilhan Omar represents a district in Minnesota, which is home to the largest Muslim Somali population in the United States. Up until now, the Muslim community has had a peaceful relationship with their Jewish neighbors.
But Omar’s repeated anti-Semitic rhetoric is causing tension between the two groups. Keep in mind that Omar is supposed to represent ALL the constituents in her district — not just Muslims.
Meanwhile, here’s what her constituents are up to: Scamming $100 million from the U.S. government through bogus applications for welfare subsidies.
America: Love it or leave it.
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