Veteran Tears up Anti-Trump Protesters – “Quit Crying Like Babies”


Thaddeus Dionne Alexander, a retired U.S. Air Force veteran, goes on a youtube video rant about the anti-Trump protestors invading this country right now that winds up going viral with over 22 million views.

During his homemade video, Alexander berates the Liberal and Democratic protesters telling them, “You can’t always get your way. Stop being cry babies.” Alexander goes on to school the protesters, telling them, “just because your candidate didn’t win you think you can go out into the streets, act like a 2 year old burning people’s stuff, destroying the streets. and making people late for work?”

Alexander explains, ” You are the exact reason why Donald Trump won the election, because we are tired of you cry babies. You didn’t earn anything. None of you put on a uniform but you’re quick to disrespect the flag. You didn’t fight for anything but you want it. It doesn’t work that way.”

His viral rant afforded Alexander a guest appearance of Fox News. During his interview Alexander states that he knew Trump was going to win.  ” They said the Republicans were angry, they want to have guns, they want to kill babies, and this that and the other, then when their candidate loses they do exactly what they said we’d do. I just thought it was so hypocritical. It amazed me about how people reacted”.  Alexander went on to say that no one rioted when Obama ran and a lot of people weren’t happy about it.

Alexander wrapped up his Fox News interview with, “We need to preserve this country. We need to stop burning flags, we need to stand for the pledge allegiance and we need to be proud of what we have here.”


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