The Free Burma Rangers

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>>>an army of volunteers who seek to serve in the world's most dangerous places — not by killing an enemy, but by rescuing the innocent.

>>>They go where most humanitarian aid organizations will not, from the jungles of civil war-torn Myanmar to the desert killing fields of Mosul, Iraq.

>>>They are the Free Burma Rangers (FBR) and their leader is a Green Beret veteran and Christian missionary.

>>>"Ask anyone who follows him, they'll tell you Dave Eubank is a soldier of God," said veteran correspondent Lara Logan in the first episode of the new season of her Fox Nation series "Lara Logan Has No Agenda."<<<

They're nothing but a bunch of marijuana-addled peacenik rebels and traitors who clearly would have active enemy combatants on the side of the Vietcong.

These hard line militant Communists are passing themselves off as modest conservative war heroes to us in the mainstream media, now that guns are banned in the U.S. since the Act of 1968, and these left-wing militants have left the U.S. to bear arms against us, the disarmed citizenry of a once free country.

The Free Burma Rangers are certainly allied with South and Central American drug lords and cartels (including Ecuador which harbored Julian Assange so many years at the embassy) in their continued violent assault on the southern border of the United States. Glenn Greenwald, Laura Poitras, and others from The Intercept make out their leftist mainstream media propaganda wing.

They cannot take our firearms away and leave the country to bear arms against us, and then expect us to accolade them as heroes in the mainstream media.

It's an horrific insult to the intelligence of every free man in a free nation.

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