“I want to see patriots who get up and make a difference, rather than rant on social media about how bad our country is, yet are not doing anything to make their own communities better,” Victoria Sharp said in an interview this week. She now lives in Colorado, where she manages a cafeteria.
“I want to see patriots who get up and make a difference, rather than rant on social media about how bad our country is, yet are not doing anything to make their own communities better,” Victoria Sharp said in an interview this week. She now lives in Colorado, where she manages a cafeteria. 2016 file photo by Allison Long along@kcstar.com
“I want to see patriots who get up and make a difference, rather than rant on social media about how bad our country is, yet are not doing anything to make their own communities better,” Victoria Sharp said in an interview this week. She now lives in Colorado, where she manages a cafeteria. 2016 file photo by Allison Long along@kcstar.com

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