"Why Would I Want to Fight For People Who Hate Me?" U.S. Army Ad Panned on YouTubeChris Menahan
Mar. 16, 2023
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The US Army released a new ad last week reviving their old "Be All You Can Be" slogan in a bid to attract the "deplorables" they alienated with woke garbage and vax mandates to enlist but they appear to be running into a wee bit of trouble.
Despite the ad being markedly "anti-woke" (when compared to current standards) and trying to appeal to more traditional American values, the comments on the video are overwhelmingly negative with poster after poster asking why any normal American would want to fight for people who hate them.
"Why would I want to fight for people who hate me?" one commenter said.
"I'm never dying for people who hate me. NEVER," said another.
"Nobody in my neighborhood speaks english or flies the American flag," read another post. "Thanks for defending my country."
Here's a screenshot of the top responses:
The regime needs cannon fodder for the simultaneous wars they have planned with China, Russia and Iran and there's simply not enough "cisgender millennial Latinxas" and "little girls raised by two moms" that need free US Army-funded sex-changes to meet recruiting goals.
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