’5 Reasons George Washington Was Either Lucky or a Wizard’

Or as someone might have put it in earlier times, someone out of the Bible…

Must be something in the air — My upcoming PJMedia article will talk about this, too:

At the end of the battle, Washington had four bullets in his coat and none in his body. He also happened to be the only officer who wasn’t shot down. All of this when he was by his own account not recovered from an illness that had him lying down in a wagon for 10 days.

Years later, an Indian chief traveled to meet Washington. He recounted the battle, saying, “Our rifles were leveled, rifles which, but for you, knew not how to miss … I am come to pay homage to the man … who can never die in battle.”

Let’s be clear: We here at Cracked believe that if a Native American says that someone is magic, that person is magic. Not up for discussion.


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