Every year, the White House hosts a picnic for members of Congress. The food is lavish and paid for by you and me. This year, the main course was to be 2-inch-thick ribeye steaks. Looking at photos of the ribeye steaks is enough to make your mouth water, however, this year, those steaks will not be eaten by members of Congress.
With the immigration issue looming so large at the moment and the un-cooperation of Democrats, President Trump decided to cancel the annual picnic, saying it just didn’t feel right.
So, what happened with all of those ribeye steaks?
They were given to and consumed by patients, caregivers and staff at the Warrior and Family Center at Walter Reed Hospital.
Do you think Cubans are fighting for healthcare or freedom from Communism?
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America’s current military personnel that are recovering from injuries and the veterans trying to recover deserve a meal with 2-inch ribeye steaks and for this special occasion. As a taxpayer, I paid for some of those steaks and feel that our veterans are far more deserving of the treat than our spoiled fat-cat politicians in Washington. I applaud Trump for cancelling the picnic and giving the food to those who more deserve it.