Illinois dirtbag Bryton Mellott hates America so much that he proudly posted pictures of himself burning the flag to his Facebook page this Fourth of July, and even added a long diatribe complaining about how our great nation allegedly mistreats women, people of color and gays, among others.
Unfortunately for this 22-year-old social justice warrior wannabe, local police officers in Champaign County got wind of his antics and decided to toss the teenybopper into jail on charges of disorderly conduct and flag desecration, the latter of which is a Class 4 felony, according to Forbes.
Kudos to the Champaign County policy for a job well done.
Take a look at his post below:
Angry yet? Just wait until you read the garbage he spewed.
“I am not proud to be an American,” the witless pissant wrote. “In this moment, being proud of my country is to ignore the atrocities committed against people of color, people living in poverty, people who identify as women, and against my own queer community on a daily basis.”
I hate to break it to this ignoramus, but the worst atrocities against women, gays, blacks and the poor are not being committed by Americans.
They’re being committed by radical Islamists, i.e., the same bands of thugs that liberals like Mellott love to defend.
So instead of directing his rage at the the greatest nation on Earth, perhaps he should focus it on the radicals who seek to destroy America and the exceptional values and liberties it upholds.
Ironically, he ended his rant with the hashtag “#ArrestMe.”
Well, OK, Bryton. If you insist.
Thankfully, he will have plenty of time to think about this while he sits in jail, though it would be nice if we could ship him off to a Saudi Arabian jail for a bit so he could learn what real oppression of homosexuals looks like.
H/T Mad World News
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