On Monday, after Congresswoman Maxine Waters joined other Democratic lawmakers announcing they planned to skip President Trump's State of the Union address, an American veteran who served 10 years in the Army and two tours in Afghanistan had a a great idea that quickly went viral, suggesting that the seats be filled with veterans instead.
Waters announced last Friday night on MSNBC that she would join three other House Democrats, Rep. John Lewis (GA), Rep. Frederica Wilson (FL), and Rep. Earl Blumenauer (OR) to boycott the January 30 address. Waters snapped, "Why would I take my time to go and sit and listen to a liar? ... He doesn't deserve my attention.”
The veteran had a powerful rejoinder to Waters and her cohorts:
That tweet elicited a torrent of responses, some of which are below: