Soldiers’ Backlash To Uniformed Facebook Protesters: “Stop Being A Pussy And Serve Your Nation”

by Benny Johnson on September 3, 2013

The war on social media.

Members of the American armed services are taking to social media to voice their opinions in the debate over American intervention in Syria.

Members of the American armed services are taking to social media to voice their opinions in the debate over American intervention in Syria.

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This is a photo of one of the first uniformed dissenters. It was posted on the Angel Clark Show Facebook page on August 31st.

This is a photo of one of the first uniformed dissenters. It was posted on the Angel Clark Show Facebook page on August 31st.

Via Facebook: AngelClarkShow

The photo of the anonymous Naval officer went viral, getting shared over 20,000 times this weekend.

The photo of the anonymous Naval officer went viral, getting shared over 20,000 times this weekend.

Via Facebook: AngelClarkShow

Many war foes praised the man for being brave by hypothetically refusing to follow orders.

Many war foes praised the man for being brave by hypothetically refusing to follow orders.


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