The author of the previous article told me that the Saginaw News also did an article on Mumbles McQueasy, so I went looking for it and sure enough, the little turd isn’t just telling people that he’s a SEAL, apparently, the SEAL thing is relatively new;
Vanderhoof moved to Saginaw with his parents when he was 13 years old. In 1973, he joined the U.S. Navy.
He was discharged two years later and went to California to look for a job.
“I found a job. A different job. I became a body guard for Randolph Hearst. It was right after the incident with his daughter,” said Vanderhoof referring to the 1974 kidnapping of Patty Hearst when she was 19 years old.
“If anybody wanted to see Hearst, they had to to see first. I searched everyone looking for weapons. There were a few incidents but nothing serious,” said Vanderhoof.
He moved back to Saginaw in 1979 to be with his parents and siblings who lived in the city.
“I lost some of my toes in an accident, the toes on my right foot. But I can still walk. I’ve gotten pretty used to it,” he said.
He’s a regular Forrest Gump, ain’t he?
The toes he lost in a landmine “game of tag” were now lost in an accident. He was probably chewing on them. And i’m surprised that he found the Department of Veterans’ Affairs, since he can’t spell “veteran” (see the sign), or “please” or “donation” or “disabled”.
The author is; Erica Perdue
Category: Phony soldiers