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"Estate seriously fixed the Supreme Court and Abolish the Electoral College. We must vote in November but we need a pen of action. Now it's time to finally bill a true equal and just democracy. Paid for by. Just crecy. house. If it doesn't work, you're just not using enough. You're listening to software lady. Special Operations Military Mills, and straight talk with the guys in the community. Hello, everyone, and welcome back to soft REP radio host Steve Bolster. We're doing a show today. With. A couple of very important guests share and we were really looking forward to talking to we have heavy opinion and Steve Murphy from the DA and if you guys don't recognize their names, you will recognize who they took down. That was Pablo Escobar and. We're going to talk about the the years they spent in not only in Colombia but in a where how they got there to begin with, we're GonNa talk about their book called Manhunter. Took Down Pablo Escobar, and they also worked on the Netflix show narcos which I think everybody in the world has seen at this point. Because that everyone you talk to a scene narcos. Now, a lot of that in talk about that too a lot of that is Hollywood they. They kinda played with the facts a little bit as they always do. We want to welcome these guys heavy Steve Thank you for taking the time today I was really excited to do this one. Stave thank you very much for having on the show. We're just as excited. You are Yup we appreciate. Looking forward to moving forward well, before we get into the nuts and bolts, I know to the guys had. That read our columns and stuff everyday onslaught. They sent me a message and they said. You have to ask a did he did he really have sex with all of the Pablo's hookers Korean. Troops to. Do you.
"operations military mills" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"You're just not using enough. You're listening to sulphur lady. Special Operations Military Mills and straight talk with the guys in the community. Everyone. Welcome back to suffer radio software video. On time on target we bring you the best of military affairs and current events. What's going on we encourage all our listeners out there to check out all the great articles. Up On our website and absolutely you know check them all because we're trying to do the best. We can here in these trying times and they have been trying but. All that is behind us. Now, we have a great guests on the line with us today and I think it's some somebody in something that will be of pretty good in. All of our listeners out there especially those who are veterans we have Christopher Goldsmiths, and that's spelled with a k. and I made the mistake of emailing the first time with a C. so I apologize for that. But. Chris. Does. Okay. I blame my parents. If you see my last name and it's like a no one ever smells my last name, right so Chris Welcome to suffer radio. Thanks for joining us today Chris is the founder and president of high ground veteran advocacy and we're GONNA get into all that but first we want to welcome Chris thanks for taking the time. Thank you thanks for having me Oh it's our pleasure. So I see you from Pleasantville New York is Where's that there? It's seen Westchester County I can't tell you where in Westchester County it is because I moved here wallows in school last November is pretty much locked down during finals and then spring semester came in pandemic was here. So I've I've seen the inside of my house in my yard and that's about it. You know it sounded almost like Superman. When my when my wife when we were doing the house hunting, my wife said Pleasantville when I thought she was joking. Like. The real thing. It looks like what you might expect of. We're going to get into high ground veterans advocacy but first. Let's talk a little bit about you tell our listeners about yourself and how you came to be where you're at share. So so I'm an army. Grew up in Long Island. We're actually recording on September eleventh the six day for I think everybody in this generation who served you know I I think that a lot of little boys. Grow up with this. Real appreciation for men in uniform I feel. At some point, every little kid goes through this I WANNA be a firefighter I. WanNa be a cop I wanna be an army man. Face and you know being a child of the eighties when the Cold War was still thank you know I grew up on stuff like Gi Joe, Rambo and all this stuff, right? So I never grew out of that face I, my entire life from the time that I was like a toddler. I wanted to serve in the military and when September eleventh happened It gave a bit of a different sense of urgency and rather than. Just look at it as a license life of service you know Kinda continuing the Service of my grandparents generation fighting in world. War Two. I joined with with anger right like a think that. A lot of people You know who are in high school in my generation. joined the military just like that you know look and we want to get revenge. So. Yeah It it's amazing because you guys who joined. Right out of like say nine eleven. I mean those guys. It seems like yesterday that all that happened and yet the guys who joined are almost at retirement time now they've done twenty. Seem like it was that long ago. While, the kids who are at the point Afghanistan today. We're not. We're not born or let's see. Okay, they could. They could have been in Afghanistan for last year. if they were born, you know A year ago yesterday. So it's Yeah it's crazy. How much time has gone by in how? You know nine eleven shaped my life and the life of millions of other. Young Americans who who served overseas and you know I I look at what's going on today with the pandemic and I think about how many? how many kids today are going to have their entire lives shaped by this what I think for especially young ones as traumatic experience. Absolutely and You know it's funny. We everyone thinks about it, and as you mentioned, I, was going to bring it up further along but we all remember where we were on nine eleven. It's just one of those things that will shape. A lot of our perception I guess you could say of the world for very long time. It absolutely. So So. I was in high school during September Eleventh I didn't graduate until two thousand three. and then I ended up joining the army's forward observer. I. I. It was one of those things where like you know I was buying all these military books and reading all the novels and stuff signed I knew what a forward observer was. and you know what cooler of job can you have when you're eighteen years old and blow stuff up? So. I went to basic training January of two, thousand four. loved it loved every minute of it I'm looking at my wall here of me wearing by a might be see us back and we had those green uniforms and black boots that we weren't supposed to shine. They were the new generation, but we still did. So our feet just sweat like crazy. and. So year after that, I was deployed to Iraq. So January through December of two thousand and five. I was mostly insider city Baghdad. For the last four months of deployment was actually at Camp Liberty outside Baghdad International Airport. So, while I was insider city extremely densely. Populated area they took my indirect assets. So no.