Army Vet Who Grilled Maxine Waters For State Of The Union Boycott, Immediately Gets Unexpected Surprise


U.S. Army veteran Ricky Taylor offered a proposal to Democrat Congresswoman Maxine Waters, who has expressed she will be boycotting President Trump’s State of the Union address later this month.
Taylor, who served in the armed forces for ten years, including two tours in Afghanistan (according to Fox News Insider), suggested Waters should give him the State of the Union invitation.
The Daily Caller reports Taylor shared the offer over social media, tweeting, “Everyone please help and retweet. I would like to take Maxine Waters’ seat at the State of the Union Address.”
He extended the offer to other Democrats who have expressed they would not attend the event as well.
“If they don’t want to go, this military veteran would gladly go,” Taylor tweeted.
And, “I’d tell the President how much he means to myself, [my] family, [the] military, and all of his supporters!”
Per the Daily Caller:
Army veteran Ricky Taylor has an excellent idea for what to do with those empty seats left by multiple Democrats protesting Donald Trump’s State of the Union speech.
Maxine Waters, Frederica Wilson, John Lewis, Pramila Jayapal and Earl Blumenauer have all announced that they will sit out the speech due to political disagreements. Their absence will leave a number of empty chairs at the speech. Taylor thinks those seats should go to veterans.

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