HollyWEIRD Dem Wrongfully Accuses War Hero Of Having A ‘Racist’ Tattoo – Eating Crow Now!
Twitter Exploded Over Supposed “Nazi Tattoo” On ICE Agent’s Elbow – The Former War Veteran Was Wrongfully Bashed
Justin Gaertner served his Country valiantly in Afghanistan. The veteran was severely injured but hasn’t let that stop him from pursuing justice here at home as a member of ICE.
According to the Free Beacon, social media users over the weekend falsely accused a wounded veteran and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement analyst of being a Nazi after ICE tweeted out his picture with a partially obscured tattoo.
The accusation went viral over the weekend. A few of their heinous and unfounded attacks can be seen in the tweets below:
I know I’m a leftist, “D List” actor, so my twitter feed is probably deceiving me, but is that an iron cross tattooed on this hero’s arm? This is a mistake, right? Cuz the Iron Cross was a symbol of Nazi Germany.
Gotta be my twitter feed is leaning left again. https://t.co/qsA6ynOfzB
— Ron Perlman (@perlmutations) June 18, 2018
The one who reportedly lead the attack on the veteran was New Yorker reporter Talia Lavin who since deleted her Tweet and the New Yorker was forced to print an apology. Why? Because THAT IS NOT A NAZI SYMBOL. In fact, it’s in honor of the platoon he served with in Afghanistan. Where Officer Gaertner was injured searching for explosive devices.
Justin Gaertner is a combat wounded U.S. Marine who continues to serve his country as an ICE computer forensics analyst, helping solve criminal cases & rescue abused children. The tattoo shown here is the symbol for his platoon while he fought in Afghanistan. pic.twitter.com/BaOBxaAMHS
— ICE (@ICEgov) June 18, 2018
As Written By The Daily Caller:
ICE also released a full statement slamming the baseless attacks and demanded an apology from Lavin and The New Yorker.
“Over the weekend, social media perpetuated by a tweet by New Yorker reporter Talia Levin [sic] erroneously implied that a tattoo on one of [Gaertner’s] arms was an Iron Cross and essentially labeled him a Nazi,” ICE wrote. “Levin deleted her post after military veterans responded that the tattoo looked more like a Maltese cross, a symbol associated with fire fighters.”
The statement continued, “The tattoo on his left elbow is actually ‘Titan 2,’ the symbol for his platoon while he fought in Afghanistan…Anyone attempting to advance their personal political opinions by baselessly slandering an American hero should be issuing public apologies to Mr. Gaertner and retractions.”
“This includes Levin and The New Yorker,” they concluded.
The military’s websites describe Justin Gaertner’s and fellow disabled veteran’s position in ICE:
“Working out of the Tampa, Fla., Immigration, and Customs Enforcement (ICE) office, Gaertner and Cruz use their newly-acquired computer skills to determine probable cause and go on raids to seize evidence hidden in computer hard drives, software programs and cell phones, much of it involving disturbing images of young children.”
So, essentially, they not only attacked a disabled war hero who continues to serve his country but bashed a man who hunts child predators. Good job liberals… How does that crow taste?
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