Black Marine vet calls out Black Lives Matter — in a video EVERYONE should see

A Marine veteran is getting a lot of attention this week for social media posts that blast the Black Lives Matter movement right between the eyes.

Michael Whaley, 27, who was honorably discharged from the Marines in 2012, said he is promoting the fact that all lives matter because the Black Lives Matter movement “only promotes racism.”

“The main reason I made this video is to wake people up,” he told BizPac Review. “And for the black race, because I think we are the main ones being racist.”

“All lives matter,” he said passionately in his video posted Sunday to YouTube and Facebook. “That police officer [Darren Goforth] that got killed by that black man because that black man listened to what you all were saying about going out and killing white people. That police officer’s life mattered.

Michael Whaley
Michael Whaley in his Marine uniform. Photo credit Facebook.

“That nine-year-old girl [Jamyla Bolden] in Ferguson, Missouri that got shot in the head while she was doing her homework in a drive-by shooting that none of you protested, her life mattered.”

Whaley told BPR since he released the video he has received tons of hate mail, but it doesn’t affect him because “Jesus is [his] motivation.”

He told BPR that he is pushing this movement to honor both his mother, who died in 2011, and the Marine Corps, each of whom taught him to be color blind and love people for who they are.

Black Lives Matter aren’t the only race agitators Whaley holds contempt for either.

“If I saw Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson I would punch them in their faces because they only show up when a white person kills a black person,” he told BPR. “They instigate racism.”

As a Marine veteran, Whaley also gave BPR a message to send to a group of black people who want to stage a nationwide protest on Sept. 11 desecrating the American flag with the hashtag #FYF911 which stands for “F**k Your Flag.”

“If you want to stomp on the flag and you hate America why are you here?” he asked. “If you hate this country so bad get out.”

Whaley said no matter how bad the vitriol gets that comes his way he will continue his mission to unite people with love and “kill them with kindness.”

Watch the entire video below.

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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