Dan Crenshaw: Birthday

United States Representative
Born: March 14, 1984

Dan Crenshaw is a Republican politician and retired Navy SEAL officer representing Texas’ 2nd congressional district in the U.S. House of Representatives. Born on March 14, 1984, in Aberdeen, Scotland, Crenshaw grew up in Texas and attended Tufts University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in international relations and affairs.

After the September 11 attacks, Crenshaw felt compelled to serve his country and joined the United States Navy. He completed SEAL training and served multiple tours of duty overseas, including deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan. During his service, Crenshaw was awarded the Bronze Star Medal and the Purple Heart for his actions in combat.

In 2018, Crenshaw gained national attention during his campaign for Congress, where he won a closely watched race. Since then, he has been an influential voice within the Republican Party, advocating for conservative policies on issues such as national security, veterans’ affairs, and fiscal responsibility.

Crenshaw is known for his distinctive eyepatch, which he wears due to an injury sustained during his military service. He has authored a memoir titled “Fortitude: American Resilience in the Era of Outrage,” where he shares his personal story and insights on American politics and culture.

Dan Crenshaw’s 5 most popular quotes

  • I want you to say ‘Never Forget’ because when you say ‘Never Forget’ you’re thanking that veteran in a different way. You’re allowing them to be thankful for the idea for the fact that as an American you’re in it with them. We’re in it together and we don’t forget together.
  • You can say that your ideas are bad for America, and frankly un-American, but don’t say the person is a traitor.
  • We are not anti-immigration. We are against chain migration, except for the nuclear family. We want a merit-based system that is really based on economic needs.
  • The need for physical border security is a very real one. But equally important is the need to focus on the source of the problem: mass emigration from Central America.
  • There’s bipartisan efforts to change how FEMA works or, more importantly, change how relief funding trickles down to us down here.
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