VIDEO: Street Magician Surprises Struggling US Army Vet With Car, Furniture and 1 Year of Free Rent

Street magician Rob Anderson recently had a video that went viral showing him helping a homeless veteran on the street. That video led the magician to start a charity for veterans and this week, Anderson has a new video showing him giving aid to yet another struggling former solder.

The first video showed the street magician coming upon a homeless veteran who had a cardboard sign asking passersby for money. Magician Anderson ripped up the sign, but then “magically” unfolded it intact and filled with money to help the veteran out…

The veteran in the ripped-sign video is named Alan McKracken and he only accepted a portion of the money that Anderson raised for him asking Anderson to help other veterans with the money.

When that video went viral, Anderson started a larger charity effort for other veterans. This week he has a new video of the results of that charity work showing Army veteran Johnny Hicks and his family…

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