Patriot Guard Riders To Honor Kyle Across Texas

America honors Chris Kyle, known as “America’s Deadliest Sniper“, who was killed on February 2, with a Memorial Service at Cowboys Stadium on Monday. The former Navy SEALs funeral will be held on Tuesday in Midlothian, and he will be buried at Texas State Cemetery in Austin.

Sarah Palin is expected to attend the Memorial Service at Cowboys Stadium, posting on her Facebook page:

Todd and I are in Dallas today to attend Chris Kyle’s memorial and funeral service. I find it sad to see that flags aren’t flying at half staff for this American hero. We’re surrounded today by American patriots here in Texas – by Chris’ fellow veterans and active duty warriors. In honor of them, I hope our commander in chief pays his respects in some gesture of condolence for their comrade in arms who sacrificed so much to keep him and all of us safe.

We may never know to what extent Chris kept us free or how many lives he saved by his brave actions in the line of fire. But his fellow warriors know how important he was.

Indeed, Chris Kyle was a brave man, and he will be honored by hundreds of Patriot Guard Riders, who will stand at the flag line at today’s Memorial Service, and will lead the funeral procession tomorrow, where Chris Kyle, known by his fellow SEAL Team as “The Legend”, will make his final ride on this earth. The Patriot Guard Riders expect that more than 1,000 riders could join them tomorrow to honor this fallen hero, who stands out as a hero in a category all his own.

“This is a very unique veteran. This man is a hero, over and over.”

Sadly, members of the hate group Westboro Baptist Church will be picketing the memorial, stating, that it is ‘beautiful’ that God ‘executed’ Navy SEAL Chris Kyle. One would have to assume that there is a special place in hell for these people who call themselves “Christians”!

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