Capt. ‘Sully’ Sullenberger Calls Lara Trump Out After Making Fun Of Joe Biden’s Stutter

Capt. ‘Sully’ Sullenberger Calls Lara Trump Out After Making Fun Of Joe Biden’s Stutter
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Legendary airline captain, ‘Sully’ Sullenberger called Lara Trump out after she mocked Joe Biden’s stutter! In fact, he did more than that!

Listening to her mocking, Sullenberger apparently had feelings of ‘intense and painful humiliation rushing back’ so he published an entire essay about Eric Trump’s wife’s insensitive and immature actions, asking her to ‘stop’ and to ‘grow up!’

As it turns out, hearing Lara make fun of Vice President Joe Biden’s speech impediment brought the captain back memories of his childhood bullies!

He went ahead and mentioned in his essay that her words were the exact same ones that haunted his childhood and made it into ’agony.’

It all started at a Women for Trump event a couple of days ago when Lara told the crowd: ‘I feel kind of sad for Biden…every time he comes on stage or they turn to him, I am like, ‘Joe can you get it out? Let’s get the words out Joe.’’

In response, the national hero known for doing an emergency landing for US Airways Flight 1549 in the Hudson River, published an essay in the New York Times yesterday, calling her out!

It reads in part: ‘As a small boy in Denison, TX, I remember the anguish of being called on in school, knowing I was going to have a hard time getting my words out; that my words couldn't keep up with my mind, and they'd often come out jumbled. My neck and my face would quickly begin to flush a bright red…every eye in the room was on me; the intense and painful humiliation, and the bullying that would follow.’

He went on to write that ‘This issue goes beyond politics. Whether you're a Republican, Democrat, whether you stuttered as a kid or laughed at one who did; whether you, as a parent try to protect your stuttering child from taunts such as those made by our president’s daughter-in-law; the words come without hesitation: Stop. Grow up. Show some decency. People who cannot, have no place in the public life.’


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