A Facebook post from a military K9 handler discussing the reason why he’s not voting for Hillary Clinton for president has gone viral.
In his post, Eric Bonner explains that he’s been treated with respect by many distinguished individuals, including President George W. Bush and President Obama.
But when he was assigned to a security detail for then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, it was a completely different experience. Read his post below.
I’m not Voting for Clinton.
It has nothing to do with her views. It really doesn’t even matter about all the laws she broke.
It’s because She actually talked to me once. Almost a sentence. But first, some background.
Being a K9 handler in the Military I got to do a few details involving Distinguished Visitors. Mostly Generals, DOD Officials, and Secretaries of Defense. I was lucky enough to pull two awesome details. George W Bush, and Obama.
GW looked at me, said “Man, who’d you piss off” high fived me, and continued on. I was climbing down from a catwalk I stood on for 4 hours with nothing but Dust and a radio to keep me company. The radio died early on. It was pretty sweet.
Obama, as he was walking out to his plane in Turkey, said “What the hell kind of dog is that?!” In reference to Suli.
One of my Last details was for Hillary when she was Secretary of State. She was in Turkey for whatever reason. I helped with sweeps of her DV Quarters and staff vehicles. Her words to me? “Get that F*cking dog away from me.” Then she turns to her Security Detail and berates them up and down about why that animal was in her quarters.
For the next 20 minutes while I sit there waiting to be released she lays into her detail, slamming the door in their faces when she’s done. The Detail lead walks over apologizes and releases me. I apologize to him for getting him in trouble.
His words “Happens every day, Brother”
Hillary doesn’t care about anyone but Hillary.
The post was shared thousands of times after Bonner shared his experience. With election day around the corner (and early voting already underway) it’s worth keeping it going.
Pass it on, and remember to vote wisely!