On the same night in which President Obama took to the stage to voice his concerns over gun violence and protecting America's citizens, ABC News released a report on Tuesday that Kimberly Munley, the police sergeant (along with her partner), responsible for confronting and bringing down Muslim terrorist, Major Nidal Hassan, has expressed dismay over President Obama's 'betrayal'.
Three years ago, during President Obama's State of the Union Address, Kimberly Munley was given a hero's welcome for her bravery and service during the Fort Hood shooting. (Click here to see video) Nevertheless, since then, it has become increasingly evident, to Munley and the other victims in the shooting, that this was simply a ploy used by President Barack Hussein Obama, purely for political gain. As ABC News reports:
"Former Sgt. Munley says she now believes the White House used her for political advantage in arranging for her to sit next to Michelle Obama during the President's State of the Union address in 2010."
For such a strong claim made by Kimberly Munley, there appears to be neither fear, nor hesitation, nor remorse by the former police sergeant.
"We got tired of being neglected. So this was our last resort and I'm not ashamed of it a bit," added Munley.
Munley, one among a group of people now filing a lawsuit against the military, insist that the designation of the terrorist's shooting on Fort Hood as simply a case of "workplace violence" has had horrible consequences.
As ABC News reports, this horribe designation means that:
"Fort Hood victims are receiving lower priority access to medical care as veterans, and a loss of financial benefits available to those whose injuries are classified as 'combat related.'"
Nobody, it seems, is taking care of the many victims. They are being left to fend for themselves, often times having to go to civilian doctors just to get proper medical care, while the president of the United States grand stands during the state of the union address, claiming to care about Americans.
As a result, as ABC News added:
"Munley says she has no hesitation now speaking out against the President or taking part in the lawsuit, because she wants to help the others who were shot that day and continue to suffer."
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