Pfarrer claims that he’s completely apolitical as far as union politics go. “I’m up here in Hemingway country,” he says. “I couldn’t care if Lassie were the guild’s president — I didn’t even know who Charles Holland was.”
Pfarrer is busy these days promoting his autobiography, Warrior Soul, which details his derring-do exploits as a SEAL.
“I regret his resignation,” he says. “It wasn’t in the best interest of the union. The other thing that is a shame is that here’s a smart guy who went to college and went to ROTC. He could have been a Green Beret, he could have gone to intelligence school, but instead he pretended to be a combat vet.”
Pfarrer says he has no desire to pursue Holland further, although he may be alone there.
“The veterans’ groups aren’t done with him,” Pfarrer said. “They want an apology. I eat things his size for lunch, but it’s not me Holland has to worry about. It’s guys like Bucky Burruss — he’s going to come in with Holland’s ears.”