- Dec 7, 2012
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Who made any "knowingly false accusation of a crime"?Um, the thread title include "Stolen Valor." That is a very serious accusation.I think it's a cute mythology from four years ago. I also think it's yet another desperate attempt to take the spotlight off the white supremacist Nazi that is actually the topic here.From Wiki:
" U.S. Representative Mark Meadows nominated Cawthorn to the United States Naval Academy in 2014 "
" In 2014, at age 18, Cawthorn was injured while returning from a spring break trip in Florida... The injuries left Cawthorn partially paralyzed."
[Spring break is in the early part of the year]
" Cawthorn subsequently said that of the time of the injury, he knew only that he had been nominated to the academy and that he had expected to be accepted, and added that he never said that he had been accepted to the academy before the accident took place, though he could have applied again later. "
What are the dates of the nomination, the rejection letter, and the accident? Without those, it seems like a smear campaign. He never claimed to server, right? He said he planned to attend the Naval Academy. Whoop dee doo.
So, what do you think about Elizabeth Warren using her Indian Heritage for preferential treatment?
Is it okay to make a knowingly-false accusation of a crime?
But since you pulled the race and Nazi cards, I guess you win, LOL!
And those race and Nazi cards? Cawthorn dealt 'em.