How THE GREAT STATE OF Texas treated the Kyle family at Kyle’s funeral.
Chris Kyle became the armed services number #1 sniper of all time. Not
something he was happy about, other than the fact, he saved a lot of American
Three years ago, Chris left the SEAL teams because a huge bounty on his
head by Al Qaeda. “The American Sniper.” 100% of the proceeds from the book
went to two of the SEAL families who had lost their sons in Iraq.
THE UNBELIEVABLE .
flew in any SEAL and their family from any airport to the funeral… free
of charge. The employees donated buddy passes and one lady worked for four
days without much of a break to see that it happened. Volunteers were at
both airports in Dallas to drive them to the hotel.
The Marriott Hotel reduced their rates to $45 a night and cleared
the hotel for only SEAL’s and family.
The Midlothian, TX Police Department paid the $45 a night for each
room. 100 of them wereSEALs.
Two large buses were chartered (an unknown donor paid the bill) to
transport people to the different events and they also had a few rental
The police and secret service were on duty 24 hours during the stay at
At the Kyle house, the Texas DPS parked a large motor home in front
to block the view from reporters. It remained there the entire five
days for the SEALs to meet in and so they could use the restroom there
instead of the bathroom in the house.
Taya, their two small children and both sets of parents were staying in
the home. Only a hand full of SEALs went into the home asthey had different
duties and meetings were held sometimes on a hourly basis.
George W Bush and his wife Laura , met and talked to everyone on the
Seal Team one on one. They went behind closed doors with Taya for quite a
while. They had prayer with us all. You can tell when people were
sincere and caring
Nolan Ryan sent his cooking team, fed people all day long including
the 200 SEALs and their families.
The next day a local BBQ restaurant set up a buffet in front of the
house and fed all once again.Food was plentiful and all were taken care
of.The family’s church kept those inside the house well fed.
Jerry Jones, made sure we all were taken care of. He donated the use of
Cowboy Stadium for the services.. Every car, bus, motorcycle was
searched with bomb dogs and police.
There were about 300 people . A Medal of Honor recipient was there,
lots of secret service & police another 10,000 ++ were in the stadium.
The Bagpipe and drum corps, the Texas A&M men’s choir stood through
the entire service and sang.
The next day was the 200-mile procession from Midlothian, TX to
Two helicopters circled with snipers sitting at side doors for
It was the longest funeral procession ever in the state of Texas .
Firemen on one knee, police officers children veterans saluting.
Every bridge had fire trucks with large flags displayed
People all along the entire 200 miles were standing in the cold weather.
Texas National Cemetery. Very few are buried there you have to
Civil War, Medal of Honor winners, a few from the Alamo, historical
people of Texas and now CHRIS KYLE
Each SEAL put his Trident (metal SEAL badge) on the top of Chris’
casket, one at a time.
After the service Governor Rick Perry and his wife, Anita , invited us
to the governor’s mansion. She gave each of the SEALs a coin of Texas.
To this day, no one in the White House has ever acknowledged Chris
Kyle; his service, his death, his duty, his generosity, his caring, his
However, the President can call a sports person and congratulate him
on his bravery for announcing to the world that he is gay.
He can say on national television that someone, a man who has
committed a crime and was shot by police in the line of duty, would have made
him a good son.
HERE IS WHAT CHRIS DID AFTER HE LEFT THE MILITARY.
He formed a company in Dallas to train military, police and I think
firemen, how to protect themselves in difficult situations. He also formed a
foundation to work with military people suffering from PTSD. He, along with a
friend and neighbor, Chad Littlefield, were murdered trying to help a young
man that had served six months in Iraq and claimed to have PTSD.
I honestly don’t know if the above story is true or not, but to me this is how we treat our heroes. Not the way Obama and his pals Treated Mr Kyle.