LiberalsNews

Caught On Video ➠ Liberal Learns Why It’s A BAD IDEA To Spit In A Marine’s Face

spit

[Watch] Liberal Learns Why It’s a BAD IDEA To Spit In A Marine’s Face

For red-blooded Americans, there are few things more nauseating in this world than someone who disrespects our nation’s heroes. Sadly, just that was recently caught on camera as a liberal hippy decided to spit in a Marine’s face. Let’s just say he quickly learned why that was a bad idea – and it was all caught on tape.

The report seems to have originated from USMC Life who found the post on Facebook. After explaining that they have chosen to keep the name of the Marine who posted the video anonymous, it is then divulged that the incident took place this past weekend at Rock on the Range in Columbus, Ohio.

According to a Marine’s wife who happened to witness the occurrence, an unprovoked liberal randomly approached a group of Marines and called them “murderers” and demeaned them for “defending our freedoms.” However the worst was yet to come.

The Marine who posted the video stated that the, “guy walked up and spit in my face and another Marines (sic) face.” He next wrote, “Dude almost got his ass kicked,” – and boy did he.

As can be seen in the video, the brothers in arms quickly swarmed the liberal and appeared to be doing everything in their power not to put some serious hurt on the guy. Although he certainly deserved a little attitude adjustment, it seems this moron narrowly avoid a beat down as the Marine later wrote, “A big thanks to Columbus P.D and Ohio Highway patrol for assisting,” implying that police intervened before things got ugly. More

Previous post

Tweeter-In-Chief To Bill Clinton ➠ 'Know Anyone Interested In @FLOTUS?'

Next post

Putin Signs Russian Law To Shut Down ‘Undesirable Organizations’

Join the conversation!

We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, vulgarity, profanity, all caps, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain a courteous and useful public environment where we can engage in reasonable discourse.