WATCH: California Police Officers Protest STAND DOWN After Marine Vet With Megaphone Challenges Their Integrity
I’m proud to see Americans taking a stand against tyranny, but frankly, it’s not enough. We need more people to join in until the entire country stands against the evil and oppressive “leaders” such as the governors of California, Michigan, Oregon, Kentucky, and other states as well.
There are some states where the governors are doing the right thing by easing the restrictions that they’ve put in place in an effort to try and save lives. Then, on the other hand, you’ve got the Democratic tyrant governors who want to continue these oppressive restrictions and wreck the lives of their citizens.
There is, of course, an agenda, the agenda is the money of course. With each COVID-19 patients they have, they get something like $39,000. So there is reason to label everyone that basically comes into the hospital as being positive for COVID-19.
But like I said, Americans are standing up against it.
During a protest, a Marine was speaking to some California police officers armed with riot gear during a peaceful protest. What he said through using a megaphone seems to have actually gotten through to the officers.
Here’s what he said,
“In the face of tyranny, in the face of freedom, are you going to sit there in your riot gear against peaceful protesters? Or are you going to say, ‘you know what, it’s time to stand up for my country. Because I took an oath of office and it said, ‘I will defend all enemies, foreign and domestic.”
“You might lose your job, but I’d rather lose my job than lose my soul.”
“What are you going to tell your little boy or your little girl tonight? That you took your baton and you crushed somebody’s skull, who was a mom? Is that what a tough guy does? That’s not what honor, courage, and commitment means in the Marine Corps.”
“We always have in the military, we have ‘what’s a lawful order.’ And you’ve gotta check your nutsack when you’re given an order, and you’ve gotta say, ‘is this a lawful order or is this a bull***t order?’
“When something’s a bull***t order, and it doesn’t pass the sniff test,” Williams said, “that’s when you say, ‘Sergeant,’ that’s when you say, ‘Colonel,’ that’s when you say, ‘General,’ that’s when you say, ‘Governor, I’m not doing that. I didn’t sign up for that.”
Shortly after he finished speaking, it appears as though the officers stand down. Take a look.