‘You can’t do s**t’: Disgusting disrespect thrown at restrained black National Guard soldier protecting freedom

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The liberal media is working hard to sell the false narrative that rioters destroying American cities are “peaceful protesters” voicing their concerns, with some having the audacity to quote Martin Luther King saying “a riot is the language of the unheard.”

This occurring as shop owners are beaten with 2 x 4’s and others are being stomped in the streets of America — remarkably, in their quest to run interference for the rioters, and score on President Trump, some media outlets turned on the latter victim, going so far to describe him as a “machete-wielding vigilante” attacking protesters.

But the biggest problem the media has are the very agitators they desperately seek to protect, as seen in a video clip of two black “protesters” all up in the face of a black National Guard solder.

The black soldier, a sergeant, is mocked and taunted over and over, even denigrated for having “a lazy eye.”

“You can’t even do sh*t and I’m in your face,” the chief agitator said to soldier, who was standing in a line with other soldiers.

The fact that the troops were holding rifles meant nothing to the two men — their actions speak volumes to the attitude left-wing radicals have when rioting, confident that there will be few, if any consequences for their actions.

“You won’t even respond,” another so-called protester is heard saying.

“You want to punch me right now, don’t you,” the first man continues. “You want me to get out of your face — you can’t do sh*t.”

He further mocked the sergeant about not being able to take action unless his “daddy” tells him to.

“You dad — he said take your fist off your gun because you can’t do sh*t with it,” the other guy chimed in.

The trooper stands there through it all, a proud testament to the uniform on his back in his stoic professionalism, even as the troublemakers ratchet up their verbal abuse, repeatedly calling him a “little b*tch.”

The video was shared by conservative Joseph Wade Miller, who heaped praise on the sergeant while noting the irony of two black men singling him out because of his skin color.

He tweeted: “God bless this soldier, my brother in arms, for keeping his composure while doing his job to keep a community safe, and while thugs target him with vile harassment because of the color of his skin. Shameful conduct by ‘protestors.'”

Here’s a sampling of other responses to the story from Twitter:

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