‘T-Rex’ Tillerson rides with veterans in 30th annual ‘Rolling Thunder’

Most of his working life may have been spent in the glorified boardrooms of America’s corporate giants, but that didn’t stop Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s badass inner self from being released.

Not only did he and Secretary of Veteran Affairs Dr. David Shulkin show their support for the 30th annual running of Rolling Thunder in Washington, D.C., but Tillerson hopped aboard and rode along with the ten s of thousands of other bikers.

But before he did, he donned a vest and posed for photographs alongside Shulkin.

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When noon came, it was time ti saddle up and bring the engines to life — to let everyone hear the rolling thunder in support of freedom. This video was taken of the participants riding by.


screenshot via Conservative Tree House

Everyone remembers when John Kerry, T-Rex’s predecessor, also rode — not with Rolling Thunder, mind you, but he rode.

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The comparison just doesn’t seem fair, does it? But he does look content astride that girly pink bike, doesn’t he? He even removed the training wheels.

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