Dear General, You Owe An Apology to Rep. Wilson, A Public Servant Since 1998

Facts have become scrambled and things need to be straightened out, to say the least. It would seem Gen. Kelly said things in haste he should have checked out first. He was too close to this subject and let his feelings lead instead of his wisdom. He indeed needs to apologize. Let’s hope he realizes this and does so. Members of the press have a right to ask questions whether or not they’ve known someone who died in battle. —- Suzanne

Gronda Morin

On background:

Around 10/18/17, The President and General Kelly did not know that Rep. Wilson (D-FL) had been  a long -time friend of the family. This explains why she was riding in the limousine with Sgt. La David Johnson’s widow Myeshia and her two children. They were on the way to collect the body of their loved one, when the president called. The call was placed on the speaker system and this is how Rep. Wilson overheard the president’s conversation. There was nothing surreptitious in her actions.

Rep. Wilson publicly shared how the president’s in-artful comments had upset the grieving widow. Mrs. Johnson was not receptive to the president’s words, along the lines, that her deceased husband knew what he was signing up for when he chose to serve. It bothered her that he never referred to her husband by his name.

This story escalated after the US Congresswoman Frederica…

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