I saw this story and it touched my heart and I knew it would do the same for you.

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So often nowadays, everything is negative and based around this media lie that we’re all at each other’s throats and hate one another.

It’s not true. 

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The truth is, that most Americans are good and decent people – and politics doesn’t matter in the grand scheme of things.

It’s about who we are as people – not how the media or politicians define us.

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And this story about a radio DJ who discovered a man in his neighborhood who was walking 6 hours to and from work is the epitome of who Americans truly are.

Radio DJ “Ramblin’ Ray” decided to do something to help this young man, who he calls “The legendary Braxton Mayes.”

Breitbart reported that a radio DJ is rallying his neighbors around a young man in Chicago who spends six hours each day walking to and from his job.

Radio personality Ray “Ramblin’ Ray” Stevens was driving when he spotted 20-year-old Braxton Mayes on more than one occasion and realized he walked for long periods of time, according to People.

When Stevens stopped and offered the young man a ride, he heard the former high school football player’s story.
Mayes said his 2006 GMC truck broke down, forcing him to walk to work every day which was a 12-mile trek, 24 in total, that took about three hours both ways. He also explained he left for work at approximately 4:00 a.m. to arrive at his job at 7:00 a.m.

“This guy checks all the boxes,” Stevens noted. “He’s a good, solid human being. People are having a hard time finding people to work and here’s a guy walking three hours one way just because his truck broke down.”

Stevens shared a photo Saturday of himself with his friend, calling him “the legendary Braxton Mayes”:

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THIS is who we are as Americans, and don’t ever let CNN or anyone else tell you otherwise.

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