An army veteran who was severely burned as suffered a partial arm loss while serving in Iraq has spoken out against a meme using his face to push a Donald Trump anti-military false narrative.
Veteran Blasts Democrats for their Use of His Face
Retired Army Staff Sergeant Bobby Henline posted a now-viral video in response to Democrats using him as a ploy to attack President Trump.
“That’s my face,” Henline said in the video. “I’m here to tell you, it’s not true.”
Wounded Warrior Bobby Henline calls out "Occupy Democrats" for slandering Trump with his picture. – https://t.co/lNuv4znFVQ
— Patscape Ryan (@PatscapeRyan) September 6, 2020
"These idiots used my photo without my permission. They took advantage of a wounded veteran. That's what they did. They're out there posting this stuff all over Facebook, using my image. Like I agree with them. I'm done."
— Michelle Whitzel (@MichelleWhitzel) September 5, 2020
“People, stop using me for your propaganda, for your agenda,” Henline said in the video, which he posted on social media.
Liberals Stop at Nothing to Attack Trump
Left-wing magazine, the Atlantic, is responsible for the mem which is part of an anti-Trump agenda. The magazine used four anonymous sources to try and say President Trump talked bad about both living and dead U.S. military members by referring to them as “suckers” and “losers.”
Being both a veteran and a Trump supporter, Henline said he does not believe that Trump would refer to him as those things mentioned by the anonymous sources.
Henline Gets Tough
“I don’t know what Trump said, but I’m sure he didn’t call me a loser. I didn’t hear him call me a loser,” Henline said. “So this has got to stop. Stop using my image.”
“Fox News, call me. Somebody. Let’s get this out there on a bigger platform, so people will know not to use me, not put a face to whatever this is they think he said,” Henline said.
The veteran is now a motivational speaker as well as a stand up comic.
It is clear that Democrats will stop at nothing to take out President Trump. They have shown that using an image of a veteran who was severely injured while fighting for our country is not off-limits.