New GOP Senate Candidate Fought Taliban on Horseback

Brig. Gen. Donald Bolduc challenging Jeanne Shaheen in New Hampshire.

WFB: The first Republican to challenge two-term Democratic New Hampshire senator Jeanne Shaheen is a decorated Army veteran who led a Special Forces team through Afghanistan on horseback to fight the Taliban.

Retired Brigadier General Don Bolduc spent 36 years in the U.S. Army, during which he earned two awards for valor, five Bronze Star medals, and two Purple Hearts. He was deployed for 10 tours of duty in Afghanistan and was part of the legendary “Horse Soldiers” who traveled across Afghanistan’s mountainous terrain to fight the Taliban immediately after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

The mission, featured last year on the big screen in 12 Strong, was also featured in a video posted by Bolduc Monday morning announcing his run against Shaheen. MORE HERE

h/t Aunt Liz.

13 Comments on New GOP Senate Candidate Fought Taliban on Horseback

  1. Yes, but Shaheen supports infanticide, making her imminently more qualified to lead.

    Hopefully NH isn’t completely gone yet.

  2. 1,000 elected democrats are more of a threat to the United States than are a million Taliban.

  3. Awesome! Running for senate and can fight on horseback.
    Kamala Harris who gets polled on her back.

  4. I’m pretty sure that was John Rambo, only he was fighting WITH the Afghans and against the Russians. That was before the Russians helped us beat Hillary…


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