Hugh F. Culverhouse, Jr., the owner of the Super Bowl-winning Tampa Bay Buccaneers, has unloaded on America’s Commander-in-Chief for letting the country down on Afghanistan.
A full page ad in the Wall Street Journal paid for by the owner of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. pic.twitter.com/huy8bdyLfM
— Amie Whatserface (@AmieWohrer) August 28, 2021
“Mr. President, Americans deserve better,” the ad states. “Your impulsive actions, bias and indecision in your crisis in Afghanistan have caused Americans eternal shame.”
The full-page ad in the Wall Street Journal contains the ad owner’s name: “Paid for By Hugh F. Cuverhouse, Jr.” The Tamba Bay Buccaneers owner is no stranger to controversy and for speaking out against ‘progressive’ politics.
In 2019, the University of Alabama actually refunded the largest donation ever given to the university, $26.5 million, because Culverhouse Jr. dared to speak out against abortion. The University of Alabama even took his name off the law school that was named in his honor. Culverhouse reacted to the university’s actions based on what is obviously a case of having an opinion that is not considered to be ‘politically correct.’
“You probably shouldn’t put a living person’s name on a building, because at some point they might get fed up and start talking,” Culverhouse said. It is obvious that he is also ‘fed up’ with Biden’s disastrous handling of the Afghanistan withdrawal, as well.
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On Thursday, as Becker News first reported, 13 U.S. servicemembers were killed in multiple suicide attacks near Kabul airport. The Biden administration admitted to coordinating with the Taliban on security. It even admitted to providing the terrorist regime with lists of Americans and Afghan allies.
The biographies of the brave young men and women have begun to trickle out in heartbreaking snippets.
This is Hunter, one of the Marines killed in Kabul yesterday. He was a former Riverside county police explorer and follower of mine. Both of his parents are deputies.
Rest easy Hunter. Thank you for your service 💙❤️ pic.twitter.com/cWdJqfDpDq
— Officer Daniels (@OfficerDaniels) August 28, 2021
A Gibbs High School graduate is among the military members killed in yesterday's attack at the Kabul, Afghanistan airport, his family tells @WBIR
Ryan Knauss, age 23, loved to laugh, help his wife in her garden and build DIY projects, most recently a greenhouse. pic.twitter.com/CKjDSUOFBs
— Cole Sullivan (@cole_sull) August 27, 2021
U.S. Marine Johanny Rosario, 25. One of 13 U.S. service members killed in Kabul on August 26.
We mourn. pic.twitter.com/fXmpzmXJr3
— Suburban Black Man 🇺🇸 (@goodblackdude) August 28, 2021
Rest in peace, valiant young men, and thank you. These are the US service members killed in Kabul airport attack https://t.co/O8luLnQoSV
— Miranda Devine (@mirandadevine) August 28, 2021
Rest in peace, brave Marines.