Let's face it: The People's Convoy (TPC) is a modest crowd. Maybe it's because they're a trifle older than the Ottawa Convoy, but when great kindness happens they tend to hide their light under a bushel when it should be splashed around social media. Since they're such a humble bunch, that's another way we can help the movement: do the splashing for them! #goodPR
Our story begins with a video so adorable it has me in tears every time I watch it and I've watched it a lot. Remember Marcus Sommers? He's the behind-the-scenes Leadership guy who managed the Convoy early last week while Brian and Mike were elsewhere.
What we didn't know is that when the Convoy took off from Adelanto, Marcus left his truck at home to focus on organizing/managing the Convoy. Being truckless was torture for him. As his wife, Michelle, phrased it, "He was feeling like a biker at Sturgis without a Harley." So Michelle and Marcus' friends arranged a very special surprise for him.
Back at home, Mrs. Sommers packed Marcus' truck with clean clothes, food and a sign that read, "Miss you, Big Daddy xoxo" and his friends drove his truck all the way to Hagerstown. When a shocked Marcus saw his beloved truck driving into the speedway, well! Words can't describe his reaction. Turn up your speakers and watch this adorable moment caught on video! If you don't shed a tear, you're made of sterner stuff than I am!
No, don't look away. Meet the thousand-yard stare of 23-year old Marine Sergeant Tyler Vargas Andrews. He was hit in the suicide bombing at the Kabul airport on 8/26 and lost an arm and a leg. Twenty-nine surgeries later, his GoFundMe is still $30k dollars short of their goal. Please help if you're able: https://www.gofundme.com/f/the-sergeant-tyler-family-fund
You're supposed to forget all about Afghanistan. Forget the 13 Brave soldiers who died. Forget the wounded, especially double amputee Sgt. Tyler Vargas-Andrews. Nothing to see here. Move along.
Well, Americans have dug in their heels. We refuse to forget. We refuse to say, "Shucks. How unfortunate. Well, better luck next time."
And the Marines who served in Afghanistan during those last few months of chaos are speaking out. Brutally, viciously, profanely, honestly, anonymously.
These are their stories in their words.
You thought you knew how bad it was? Oh, Honey, you ain't heard nothin' yet.
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