On his Facebook page, Milo Yiannopoulos shared a video of a Marine vet offering insight into President Donald Trump’s temporary halt on Muslim immigration.
Steve Gern, a Marine veteran currently working in Iraq, shared an encounter with Iraqi men who voiced their displeasure over the executive order.
Gern recorded the video detailing a story adding real-life narrative to Trump’s temporary ban on Muslims entering the United States.
“[Although Iraqis] feel like they’ve been betrayed by the United States,” Gern confronted the men in his story, asking, “As an American, if I went into town right now, would I be welcomed?”
The men answered, “Absolutely not,” even stating Gern would be beheaded by the local townspeople and paraded through the streets.
Gern originally posted the video on his personal facebook page, where it has received over 40 million views in just three days. According to his LinkedIn page, Gern has “10+ years of distinguished service in the U.S. Marine Corps and 10+ years as a Personal Security Specialist in a High Threat Environment,” in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Gern’s full video can be seen below:
H/T: Milo Yiannopolous
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