VIA| A Marine had a feisty retort to the top-trending Twitter hashtag#millionstudentmarch that explains to college kids how he also had a memorable march as a young man – while he was in the U.S. military.
As students protest in favor of “safe zones” free from racist ignoramuses and phony “hate crime” incidents, military members show bravery by willingly going into “unsafe zones” – armed combat against America’s enemies.
And while college students go on national television to demand free everything (and are subsequently embarrassed for it), there are young Americans willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for their fellow citizens by enlisting into a life of actual public service in the U.S. military.
Thanks to Marine veteran James Erickson, these young students were given some much-needed perspective about their “march”:
— James Erickson (@SayHiJames) November 12, 2015
That burn did not go unnoticed on Twitter:
@SayHiJames Boom! Well played.
— Philip Halloween (@evil_avatar) November 12, 2015
— Troy Ellison (@TroyBlayne) November 13, 2015
@SayHiJames drops mic…….
— Angela ن (@Iloveperfumeso) November 13, 2015
— sfcmac (@sfcmac57) November 13, 2015
— William E Erdmann (@BlackLabMix) November 13, 2015
@SayHiJames Thank you sir for your sacrifice!
— WestTexasDust (@WestTexasDust) November 13, 2015
@SayHiJames Oorah Marine!
— MAC (@cummingsamerica) November 13, 2015
@SayHiJames how a Marine wins the internet.
— Ben Crystal (@Bennettruth) November 13, 2015