Sailor Learns Why Raising Black Power Fists While Anthem Plays Is a BAD IDEA

Is there a clause somewhere in the Constitution that states you're exempt from following military orders because you're a pissed off black woman?


As many of us continue to be infuriated at the sight of another idiot kneeling in protest at the “oppression” of our nation’s flag, the only thing that we can hope is that this “hip new trend” will eventually die out.  But it appears as though there’s no end in sight for this growing hysteria, as every time we turn turn around, we see more disgusting antics being exhibited out by these spoiled young brats who have done nothing in their lives to defend our country’s freedom, or the flag they so vehemently despise.

While many football players and athletes continue to kneel in protest at our nation’s flag since there’s no law or regulation preventing them from being disrespectful douches, members of our military are not granted this same right. Regulation across all branches of the military clearly dictates that all uniformed personnel are to stand at attention and face the flag while the national anthem is played, despite their personal feelings about doing so. Failure to comply with military regulation is a very serious offense, as spelled out under Article 92 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ).

Screen Shot 2016-09-28 at 12.44.12 PMBut that didn’t stop Sailor Janaye Ervin several days ago from being a disrespectful twat. Not only did she think it was a cute idea to video herself as she sat on her ass as the anthem played and upload it to Facebook, she also decided to show the world what a huge racist she was while she was at it.  Sitting in defiance and making a mockery of the country she swore an oath to protect, she held up a black power fist in protest, stating she wouldn’t stand for the anthem again “until the U.S. proves that they’ve got my back as a black woman.”

Thankfully, after her antics went viral across social media, this idiot is now getting exactly the justice she deserves.  The U.S. Navy didn’t take too kindly to her black lives matter nonsense, and they Navy officials immediately revoked her security clearance, a huge disabling blow to her career, since her position as Intelligence Specialist requires a clearance. But the U.S. Navy wasn’t quite done teaching Ervin a lesson on respect quite yet. Shortly after revoking her security clearance, they also threatened her will jail time for failing to follow a lawful order.

Ervin was quick to speak out in defiance about her punishment, where she stated, “the Navy has decided to punish me for defending the Constitution and has taken away my equipment I need to do my Naval job. It was my pleasure serving my country, I love it dearly, that is why I must do this for you. I will keep you all posted on what happens next!”

“Defending the Constitution?” Is this twat serious? I’m sorry. Is there a clause somewhere in the Constitution that states you’re exempt from following military orders because you’re a pissed off black woman? Guess I must’ve missed back in 2005 when I took my oath. Who knew!

H/T [Blue Lives Matter]





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5 Comments on "Sailor Learns Why Raising Black Power Fists While Anthem Plays Is a BAD IDEA"

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I hope the US Navy hangs your black ass out to dry. Stupid coon. HB. Martin former 1LT US Army Rangers 75 Reg. ( Recon )
Vietnam 3 tours

JL Law

Such displays are hardly expressions of defending the constitution. You reap what you have sown. Too bad that your assumptions of being exempt from the Military codes of conduct were wrong. JL former Military Police,Okinawa Japan enlisted and proud of it.

No law against it? Uh, have you read US Code Title 36 Subtitle I Part A Chapter 3 Section 301? “(a)Designation.— The composition consisting of the words and music known as the Star-Spangled Banner is the national anthem. (b)Conduct During Playing.—During a rendition of the national anthem— (1) when the flag is displayed— (A) individuals in uniform should give the military salute at the first note of the anthem and maintain that position until the last note; (B) members of the Armed Forces and veterans who are present but not in uniform may render the military salute in the manner… Read more »
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Your mama should be slapped for raising your ass…foul mouth and all….love to give her a little test regarding the Constitution, Bill of Rights, etc…..Is Dat a rapper? You are a dolt.

Sammy Whiteside

I feel if you live here, you should stand and salute. Anywhere else you would be. Take the Pro football players jobs they same way, bet they get the up on 2 feet.