Army Officer Crowned Miss USA! What She Said About The US Military Is WAY Better Than Any PC Answer

The PC crowd isn’t going to like this one…

On Sunday, Army officer Deshuana Barbara took the Miss USA crown and will head on to the Miss Universe competition. When she was asked a question about women in combat, she gave an answer no PC liberal would ever give.


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BizPacReview reports on her response:

“As a woman in the United States Army, I think … we are just as tough as men. As a commander of my unit, I’m powerful, I am dedicated,” she said, according to Fox News. “Gender does not limit us in the United States.”

The 26-year-old Army Reserve lieutenant currently serves one weekend per month and is the first military member to have won the pageant, and she has already discussed that possibility with her superior officers.

“My commander should be watching right now,” Barber said. “Two days a month is definitely not active duty. It is an obligation that I signed up for but they are very flexible in the United States Army Reserves.”

As an Army Reserve officer, she said she plans to use her title during the year to focus on problems facing the military — including post traumatic stress disorder among veterans returning from deployment overseas. She also said that this issue isn’t addressed as strongly as it should among the 2016 presidential candidates.

She has also said that “while she has not yet been deployed overseas, if President Obama asked her to fight in Iraq, she would jump at the opportunity.” Could there be anything more American then ISIS being slaughtered by Miss America?

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