On June 6, 1944 the Allied troops landed on the shores of Normandy, France and changed the course of World War II. Up to that time, the war had taken a toll on the American resolve. We had entered the war December 7, 1941 after the bombing of our naval base on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
During this time, we saw rationing of rubber, sugar and other such necessities for wartime use. However, the Normandy invasion or D-Day changed the course of the war and the course of human history. The war would end within the year. I give you the history in order for you to understand the upcoming D-Day. My great hope is it too will change the course of human history. For too long the disabled of this world have been met with scorn, ridicule, contempt and pity. This May we will change how people think about those with disabilities.
I am the Senator of Disabled Students Affairs at Los Angeles City College and I am determined to see that the war that the Left has perpetuated on the disabled population does not go unanswered. For far too long we have had a false sense of compassion for those who have physical, emotional or other various disabilities and told them they are not capable of having a “normal” life. Outside of abortion, there has been no bigger lie that people have believed than that one.
So join me in speaking out for those who are the most vulnerable who sometimes can’t speak for themselves, but if you can, if you are disabled and are tired of feeling like you have to apologize for simply being who you are then come join me at Los Angeles City College and make your voice heard! This is our D-Day, this is the day we will win the war against the bigotry of the disabled!