I’m a Veterans Day fraud, says YouTube yahoo

Want a little aggravation with your coffee this morning?

Internet irritator johnnyb34435 claims in a video making the rounds that he likes to wear an unearned uniform on Veterans Day to get free drinks, pro wrestling tickets and free meals.

In a voice dripping with sarcasm, the portly pest says “you wouldn’t believe how many bleeding hearts are out there that feel so guilty that someone’s out there fighting for their freedom that they cannot help but buy drinks.” He says he loves 12-year-old Scotch, bloomin’ onions and can’t wait to get his hands on a Medal of Honor.

Something tells this is BS from a provocateur who gets his kicks from negative attention. His chubby mug fills the frame of 120 rants, baiting folks with  “Ron Paul: US-born al-Qaida cleric”, “NEW ‘Whites Only’ Basketball League?!”, “The U.S. Marines Are Traitors” and “No Pay For Military”–but who’s listening?

Few of his bizarre tirades about the “American sheeple” have even 50 hits. But it looks like he’s kicked the right hornet’s nest this time. “Veterans Day Fun?” has more than 5,000 views as of this writing and many comments from antagonized patriots.

“I can’t wait to see your face, and watch you watch me with a smile on my face peel your disgusting eyelids off and force you to eat them,” writes damienwild86. “I will carve every branch of the military you just disrespected into your chest with my USMC K-bar.”

Join the party.


(Thanks to Dan P. for the link.)


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  1. Could be if u read into army and other sevice branches rules and regulations and its not right to do. but ya u don’t go around saying and doing something like that because the solders are the ones that do there jobs and keep the peace when we need it and someone impersanating people its kind of identity theft in a way. Ya so what u getting drinks and stuff for free. But hay we all have to work and pay for stuff so go get a job stop being on YouTube and acually do something with your life like the rest of us… Ps. A worker and a solder for the us army.

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