“I love my country. I love my Charm City. I’m not black, white, red, yellow or nothing”
Amidst the chaos in Baltimore, one proud American decided enough was enough and stepped in front of police lines to confront and shame hoodlum rioters into going home.
CNN cameras captured the man, a Vietnam veteran named Robert Valentine, taking a stand against the violent thugs the media ludicrously continues to refer to as ‘protesters’.
“I’ve seen violence… They need to have their butts at home. They need to be in their home units with their families studying and doing something with their life.” Valentine told the reporter.
The rioters, described as ‘children’, by CNN reporter Joe Johns, taunted Valentine, and hurled rocks and bricks at him and the police.
Valentine stood his ground, however, gesticulating back and yelling at the rioters to go home.
Valentine said he was “Just a soldier” standing up for his city and his country against those who wish to tear it down.
“I did 30 years, okay, came out a Master Sergeant.” Valentine said. “‘I’ve seen more than all this. I’ve been through the riots already.” he added.
“I love my country. I love my Charm City. I’m not black, white, red, yellow or nothing,” the brave veteran added.
Valentine added the rioters and looters are “do not respect this young man’s death,” referring to 25-year-old Freddie Gray, who died following a brutal an altercation with police last week.
Written by Steve Watson
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