VA Statement on Mikey Weinstein’s MRFF

VA spokesman Curtis Cashour’s statement was quoted in the last article, but it turns out it had been slightly edited. This was the full sentence that spoke to the VA’s feelings on the lawsuit — and Mikey Weinstein [emphasis added]:

“This lawsuit – backed by a group known for questionable practices and unsuccessful lawsuits – is nothing more than an attempt to force VA into censoring a show of respect for America’s POW/MIA community.”

or, as paraphrased at the Washington Times:

In Washington, a spokesman for the Department of Veterans Affairs decried Mr. Weinstein’s group as being “known for questionable practices and unsuccessful lawsuits.”

Rough day when a government agency highlights to the world that you’re a loser.

Given how offended Weinstein is about being called an atheist, it seems likely Mr. Cashour will be hearing from an ego-bruised and teary-eyed Mikey about this.


One comment

  • William Robinson

    Wow! I repeat my earlier assertion that AF/PA should copy/paste VA/PA’s statement routinely. American Service Members and taxpayers would be very well served.