So from what I understood (please correct me if I’m wrong) is that when the rest of his team were held as hostages, Isaiah Bradley went out there to get them back. He put his life on the line to save his men, even though there were explicit directions against doing so. He did so because they were his brothers and friends.
He was tortured, experimented on and jailed. He was erased.
Except, that’s exactly what Steve Rogers did in Captain America: The First Avenger.
Steve was pardoned. He went illegally to Austria to rescue his team and he was treated like a hero. He wasn’t insulted and had his history erased- he was glorified. He was given a medal. He was remembered, and that act went on to show as a reminder of how noble and good he was.
Isaiah Bradley didn’t receive the same treatment.
And I hope you think about that.