Michele Magnuson; phony veteran

| October 31, 2017 | 125 Comments

Someone sent us their work on this Michele Magnuson person who claims that she’s a veteran and that she doesn’t like when “non-veterans” tell her what she “fought for”;

Her struggle was real – for 1 month and 11 days at Relaxin’ Fort Jackson;

I guess what she “fought for” was hospital corners and spit-shined low quarters, not to mention those grueling hours she spent battling across the drill and ceremony field.

Category: Phony soldiers

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  1. Sapper3307 says:

    Fort Jackson, the battle is real.

  2. HMCS(FMF) ret says:

    Jeezuz… I had more time in the pay line that this little girl had in service.

    Another ELS for separation anxiety…

  3. Doc Savage says:

    Apparently 44 days at “relax’n Jackson” takes a serious toll on ones psyche.

    Did she camouflage her hair??

    I barely survived my stay at McGruder Lodge with my wife during Recruiter school…..we had to share a twin bed.

  4. Combat Historian says:

    With 41 days of total time, our little trainee discharge here is well below the gunga dan line, but still above the 29 days put in by the recently-featured Paul Bennett Knox, the phony Vietnam wounded SEAL from Louisiana…

  5. RiverRat RVN says:

    So she feels that she’s entitled to a “Participation Trophy”, like the rest of the snowflake generation.

    I realize that I’m preaching to the choir. But this is why so many legitimate veterans have so much disdain for people like her, and the politicians I might add who lie about being a veteran.

    Absolutely shameless. Especially her mantra about her fighting/fought for something.

  6. 1610desig says:

    Seems like the kind of girl who likes to park in those active military/vet spaces of some retailers and complain (or hoax) about being harassed for it….perhaps we’ll see her in the news all wrapped up in an American flag sharing some note that someone (probably her) left on her windshield

  7. Combat Historian says:

    “…I guess what she “fought for” was hospital corners and spit-shined low quarter…”

    She developed The PTSD from stockading her bunk…

  8. MCPO NYC USN Ret. says:

    Michele Magnumanus is a jackass of biblical proportions.

  9. Reddawg_03 says:

    ***WORD***

    Hahahaha. I will tell you about it translates to “I joined but I was harassed or it was someone elses fault that I didn’t make it”…..

  10. Veritas Omnia Vincit says:

    If you don’t last long enough to get the coveted ASR or NDSM it’s hard to take you seriously….

  11. Hayabusa says:

    Never even made it out of reception battalion… must have been harrowing.

  12. HMCS(FMF) ret says:

    Need to have the LIONESSES OF TAH chime in on this little special snowflake…

    Have at it Ladies!

  13. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    She has less Active Duty time than John Giduck! I myself have far more time outside the wire in Afghanistan than she has TOTAL time in service, PERIOD!!!

  14. AnotherPat says:

    Hmmmm, she was discharged under Army Regulation 635-200.

    Wonder which Chapter: Chapter 5, 7 or 11?

  15. AnotherPat says:

    Accordong to her Twitter account, she likes to sniff books:

    https://mobile.twitter.com/i_sniff_books

  16. Ex-PH2 says:

    She must have run into the ghost of PN Fenstermacher if she couldn’t make it past six (6) [count ’em] whole weeks at boot camp. Poor little thing. So badly misunderstood. All the time and effort her mama spent pulling her out of the swamp of oblivion to a higher level of existence, which came to a grinder halt on the grinder when she was sent packin’.

    Did they turn her out in the snow? I don’t think so!

    I’m waiting for her to pull up to the plant stands at the local Menards or Ace and crash into them, then get out and loudly proclaim that the store is taking up her handicapped space, with pictures, of course.

    She’d better not show up around here. There’s no Army base left to bum stuff off of ADs.

  17. SSG Kane says:

    This sounds like a brother in law of mine (married to my wife’s sister).

    Guy was chaptered out at AIT (light wheeled vehicle mechanic) in 1998 for failure to pass multiple APFT’s, he still calls himself a veteran because he completed basic training and has an NDSM on his DD-214 and his discharge was “General under honorable conditions”.

    Now he’s honest, when he talks about his service (ie he tells people he never completed his training and was kicked out for being lazy and not doing PT) but he gets really hot when people talk about veterans affairs, or what’s best for veterans, or what we should do/how we should show support for our veterans.

    He still considers himself part of that community even though he’s not legally eligible for any benefits. And to his credit, as far as I know, he’s never tried to claim any.

    But holy hell he gets hot when people start dropping lines like:

    “Speaking for all veterans…”

    “Veterans are all…”

    “Veterans should be allowed…”

    Etc.

    He’s more passionate about it than I am, or most other veterans i know.

  18. MK75Gunner says:

    Wow, a sanctimonious, pompous, self righteous, phony, commie cocksucking, Bernie Loving, lefty. How unusual…./s

  19. Green Thumb says:

    What a loser.

  20. Jonn Lilyea says:

    I’m just worried because she’s eligible to be ED of IVAW or VoteVets.

  21. Martinjmpr says:

    Is she wearing a t- shirt that says “thank me for my service?”

    I’ll bet she runs to the front of the line when Applebee’s is offering free meals for veterans.

  22. Toasty Coastie says:

    Holy cupcake munching monkeys. I will only give her credit for at least trying and signing. That being said, exactly what kind of jackhammer do we need to mount this point on to gain some penetration through her apparently molecularly bonded skull that she is not and never was a Veteran?Michele Magnuson is simply a fart in life waiting to be fabreezed away.

    So my question to Michele Magnuson is this… So what exactly did you fight for? To have the right to lie or change the upholstery? Because at only 44 days I am pretty sure the only thing you fought for was the bottom rack with a top sheet and blanket.

    Michele Magnuson You are so full of shit, your ears stink.

  23. Combat Historian says:

    She should run for president of IVAW; she’s better-looking than Jesse MacBeth, and IVAW can check off the diversity box…

  24. Ex-PH2 says:

    Maybe she could participate in the VVA stuff? What? Wrong time frame?

    I’m sure she’ll try just about anything, but I’d enjoy perusing her definition of the term ‘fought for’, because I see nothing that qualifies her use of that term.

  25. Skyjumper says:

    TC, I am so stealing these:

    “You are so full of shit, your ears stink.”

    “Simply a fart in life waiting to be fabreezed away.”

  26. Snotcrow says:

    “Fought for”

    One month, if that, of basic training… I suspect some of it spent in sick time since we all know how long it takes to get processed out. I would think it takes roughly 2-4 weeks.

    Fought for… hahaha, it’s sad to see someone like this using words like fought. Her uniforms are still in pristine condition. I bet she some some serious shit.. on Netflix.

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      Not exactly. During my AD days on Fort Benning they had a “Joe Sale” once a month where they sold off the uniforms taken from Joes that washed out of Basic and AIT. When I did Engineer OSUT in 1991 those who were ELS’ed had to turn in EVERY bit of uniforms issued to them including underwear and t shirts (not offered at the “Joe Sales”) so thus she left “Relaxin’ Jackson” with nothing but civvies and YES if they didn’t have it at turn in they signed a Statement of Charges!

  27. AnotherPat says:

    She is also one of the Editors at this site…but does not mention anything about being a Vet. Hmmmm…wonder why…

    https://modernlaureate.wordpress.com/editors/

    Well, ya gotta give her some credit. According to her records, she does have two qualification badges to her name….🔫💣🏆🎖

    I can hear her now at the “next gathering”…”Their I was, with my trusty M16 and Hand Grenade, fighting for my country on American Soil..”

    (sarc)

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      “THERE I WAS, picking dandelions out of the sidewalk, doing paint and Police Call Details while awaiting my ELS…”

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      “…There I was, raking the gravel into zen curves and circles, while contemplating the real Meaning of Life, while Pai Mei looked on disdainfully. He asked me what I knew. I answered with ‘nothing’.”

    • cc senor says:

      I noticed some time ago that everyone these days seems to be an expert with grenades. Now, looking at her 2-1 that seems to be a standard entry and I have to wonder what the qualification is. At Polk in ’63 we got exactly one live grenade. And while mine landed among the tires they wanted me to throw at, I doubt that made me an expert.

      • Ex-PH2 says:

        Maybe it’s supposed to be ‘grenadine’ instead of ‘grenade’?

      • SSG Kane says:

        In theory, you throw a live grenade and run the grenade qualification course, where you throw a simulator (has the fuse and goes pop) at six targets. If I remember right its two standing, two kneeling, and two prone at 20 to 25 meters. The targets are a bunker, troops in the open, troops in a building, a trench/foxhole (?), and a plywood APC.

        • Geetwillickers says:

          I was told that i failed, because after i threw the grenade from the prone position, I failed to cover my weapon with my body. (To protect it from any resulting debris, doncha know…) – however, it seems that all of the qual sheets had been pre-printed with “Go” because I got the same expert qualification as each and every other Joe Snuffy out there that day.

          Kind of knocked the shine off that “Expert” designation for me.

      • 26Limabeans says:

        I got to throw one grenade in Basic.
        Over a wall. No idea what was on the other side but I heard a boom so I’m an expert. I guess.

    • Hondo says:

      AP: don’t think she was there long enough to qual on anything – and her DD214 doesn’t list any awards/badges/tabs. I think the entries for Rifle and Grenade on her PQR are preprinted, and the type of badge (Expert, Sharpshooter, etc . . . ) are entered following those after the individual actually qualifies.

      • AnotherPat says:

        Hondo:

        Was wondering about that when I did the math and took in condideration the time she spent at Jackson at the Reception Station. When I saw the 2 Qualification Badges listed on her records, I thought perhaps she did start Basic Training, perhaps a week after being in the Reception Station, but was scratching my head trying to figure out how she trained and qualified with the M16 and Hand Grenade during the 3rd (???) week of BT, because I don’t remember doing it that early.

        Then I noticed she was assigned to the 120th AG BN, which IS the Reception Station…and it dawned on me that most likely, she spent her entire time at Jackson at the Reception Station. Did not realize those remarks under awards/decorations were preprinted, so I was wrong in stating she earned those two Qualification Badges.

        My guess on her discharge was PT failure or possibly losing it (home sickness, peer pressure, depression with thoughts of suicide or actually trying to committ suicide, failure to adjust, insubordination or simply changing her mind about being in the Army) during her time in the Reception Station and then perhaps was committed in a Mental Ward in a Military Hospital and finally chaptered out.

        I have also seen Soldiers get hurt or have injuries while in the Reception Station(stress fractures the most) and spend alot of time in sick call and were chaptered out.

        According to what I read under Title 38 of the CFR, she is considered a veteran if she had an honorable discharge, which we can’t tell since that portion of her records were blacked out.

        Wbich means she may be entitled to some VA benefits, that is, if she had an honorable discharge.

        I don’t think she knew what she was doing when she signed up and may have been enticed by the incentive bonus, i.e. $$$. Don’t know if 9-11 played as a factor or if she needed $$$ for college or was running away from a bad relationship or just wanted “hero attention” or wanted to go to Bragg to be “cool”, but probably reality set in when she realized that she would be going into the Sandbox instead of having a Stateside assignment.

        Guess we will never know unless she shows up here and defends herself.

  28. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    Maybe she has dreams of being a SJW Superhero, “Here comes ‘SUPER-VICTIM’ to help screech for your cause…”

  29. 26Limabeans says:

    “Primary Specialty”

    None//Nothing Follows

  30. Ex-PH2 says:

    Secondary Specialty: None/Nothing Follows.

  31. Carlton G. Long says:

    I’d still hit it, just wouldn’t co-sign a loan for her.

  32. Ret_25X says:

    Let’s see if I can lay it out….
    4 days of reception
    3 days of training–“ooohhh it hurts so bad”
    37 days in RTP pretending to have a medical issue

    Yep…44 days….

  33. FatCircles0311 says:

    Roflmao. She got a dose of reality and her pussy broke. She joined while Iraq Duce was happening and left ASAP. What a “veteran”!!!!! 🤣

  34. Martinjmpr says:

    I wonder if she’s one of the (very few) lefties who joined up in order to gain “cred” when discussing military issues, but realized very quickly that (a) the military is not fun and games like in the movies and TV and (b) there was a very real chance she would get sent to the real live shooting war then going on in Iraq, and changed her mind.

    The fact that she’s still rocking the “I’m a vet” lie and trying to camouflage it with the “I’ll tell you the whole story some other time” BS would tend to support this theory.

    • Combat Historian says:

      With a PSYOPS MOS, it’s not out of the realm of possibility that she joined up with the express purpose of getting her clearance and then stealing and leaking classified documents to embarrass Uncle Sugar, like Bradley Manning and Reality Winner, but then realized that real Basic/AIT was not like “Private Benjamin” or “She’s in the Army Now” and decided to get herself chaptered out…

  35. AnotherPat says:

    Well, at least Michele has a piece of paper showing proof she did spend 41 days and nights in the US Army.

    Better than HRC claiming she “almost” joined the Marines or her Hubby, WJC, claiming she almost joined the Army, but couldn’t because of her bad eyesight…

    BTW, this short video of HRC in Bosnia still cracks me up. And check her out with her pistol!

    https://youtu.be/uHVEDq6RVXc

  36. Atkron says:

    My ‘Love Sock’ had more military time than her…

  37. CM says:

    The best part is “I will tell you my story sometime”.

    You just know this piece of dogshit changes her story constantly and probably has tried to sell that she is the real life version of GI Jane but a mean politician kept her out so she went CIA and ever since then she has been embedded with ANTIFA to keep tabs on them.

    Seriously… this bitch right here is the epitome of useless.

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