by Robert Jeter:
California teacher recently referred to the American military staff as “lowest of the low” and “a bunch of dumb sh*ts.” This made the Chief of Staff Marine General John Kelly to explain him some things.
“Well, I think the guy ought to go to hell. I just hope he enjoys the liberties and the lifestyle that we have fought for,” Kelly said on a Fox radio interview Wednesday.
Kelly is a retired Marine Corps general who joined the military in 1970.
The scandal erupted after a student recorded history and social studies teacher at El Rancho High School in Pico Rivera, referring to the military with such disrespecting words, and posted the video on Facebook. In fact there were series of videos. One was even viewed a whopping 5.6 million times.
From the video we could hear that :
The teacher is wondering how could anyone ever serve into military.
“It’s because you have no other options,” the teacher says.
While constantly berating the military and those who serve, the teacher also asks why anyone would “wear something you can’t even support.”
“Don’t you ever bring the military into this again,” he says. “We don’t let pimps into school. Is anyone interested in being a hoe? … They’re going to lie to you.”
At one point in the videos, the teacher also talks about those who were killed in the Twin Towers on 9/11.
“Why did people jump out of the World Trade Center on 9/11? It was so bad in there, they would rather jump and die that way than burn to death,” he says. “What option is better?”
The videos are under investigation and while the investigating process is still going on, Salcido has reportedly been placed on administrative leave and removed from all committees on the Pico Rivera City Council, where he sat as a councilman.
In this regard, Pentagon Spokeswoman Amber Smith stated:
“I have seen maybe a few things that he said that were very uninformed, and I think that’s an excellent example of who we would like to connect with, and inform them with an accurate image of those who are serving and why they serve,” Smith said