BOOM! Disabled Iraq War Veteran Responds to Meryl Streep

January 11, 2017 11:35 am  

(Gateway Pundit) – JR Salzman, the “Lumberjack in the Desert” blogger, was the ESPN Outdoor Sportsman of the Year back in 2005.

Then he went to Iraq.

JR lost his arm in an IED attack.

In July 2009 JR came back and won his 7th ESPN Logrolling Championship.

J. R. Salzman, who lost an arm in Iraq, with his sister after winning his seventh logrolling title. (The New York Times)

On Sunday night actress Meryl Streep whined about how vilified Hollywood is and how terrible it is that Hillary will not be president.

J. R. Salzman responded to Streep on twitter:

www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/01/boom-disabled-iraq-war-veteran-responds-meryl-streep/

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