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Old Glory is more than just a flag to retired Colonel Julie Hall. The military veteran explains that it “is a symbol of hope” and “for some parents, it is the only thing they get when their children go to war.” The Colonel joins “After Dark With Rob And Andrew” to give her thoughts on the new “woke” military and transgender people serving in the military.
Colonel Hall, who considers herself pragmatic, provides fascinating first-hand insight into what it’s like on the battlefield and what type of person “you” want by your side on the field. She said in the military, they want the best of the best and do not discriminate. The veteran also gave her thoughts on BLM, ANTIFA, and Critical Race Theory. While her 2020 bid for Congress for Massachusetts 4th Congressional District didn’t go as planned, she is still mulling over a 2022 run.
Colonel Julie Hall is a United States Air Force veteran. Having served 30 years in the military, she is a patriot and a proud mother of a son. She has served as a member of the Massachusetts Governor’s Advisory Council on Veterans Services, and a member of the Attleboro Planning Board, Chair Zoning and Ordinance Subcommittee, Justice of the Peace in Mass and was a chief compliance officer for Nova Farms, LLC.
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