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Disabled Vet Thanks Newsmax as White House Reaches Out to Help

(YouTube/Christopher Reid)

By    |   Friday, 08 June 2018 03:26 PM

Veteran Kyle Nuss reached out to thank Newsmax Media in a YouTube video for being the first nationwide news outlet to cover his story and begin the process of bringing closure to a difficult period.

After fighting for his country as an Army enlistee, Nuss found himself fighting a bigger battle with the very government he served — to literally reclaim his life.

When he lost his father last month, the government declared Nuss the son dead, who is at the same time battling cystic fibrosis. As a result, his credit and debit cards have been frozen and his health insurance canceled. 

The stress of losing his father combined with that of being unable to meet his expenses due to frozen assets exacerbated his medical condition.

After Newsmax TV published Nuss' story, things picked up pretty fast, ending with a message that Helen Ferre, White House Director of Media Affairs, would be reaching out soon. It looks as though the Donald Trump White House will be getting personally involved.

His cause also got a leg up when Newsmax TV’s John Cardillo tweeted a link to Nuss' story. It went viral and was retweeted by none other than former Trump White House strategist Sebastian Gorka with a message saying, “This is America. We can fix this.”

 

So far, although things are looking brighter, the Social Security Administration still considers Nuss not to be among the living, a situation that his attorney, Chris Reid, is working around the clock to correct.

Reid indicated that Nuss' case isn’t unusual. He said 40 people per day are wrongfully declared dead by the Social Security Administration 

Nuss also would also like to thank Mike Dubberly and Josh Gaunt of WBRC (Fox 6) and Scott Beason of WYDE for their help.

Until things are cleared up, you can contribute to Nuss' GoFundMe page here.

Kyle and his lawyer posted a thank you video to Newsmax on Reid’s YouTube channel.

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Veteran Kyle Nuss reached out to thank Newsmax Media in a YouTube video for being the first nationwide news outlet to cover his story and begin the process of bringing closure to a difficult period.
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