John Kelly Tells CA Teacher/Councilman Exactly Where He Can Go [Video]

[VIDEO] [STRONG LANGUAGE] White House Chief of Staff John Kelly had a few short words for high school government teacher Gregory Salcido, from Pico Rivera, California. Mr. Sacido had a very disparaging rant against the members of the military. Mr. Kely is a retired Marine Corps General. General Kelly had a destination recommendation for the professor. It was not your normal vacation destination. He told him to go to hell. I think that he also meant that Salcido was to go directly there and not pass go or collect $200. See what you think of this.


As Written and Reported By Hank Berrien for the Daily Wire:

On Wednesday, asked by Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade what he thought of the California high school teacher who told his students that members of the military were the “lowest of the low,” White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, a U.S. Marine Corps general who served as commander of the U.S. Southern Command, snapped, “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 was appearing on Kilmeade’s show for Fox News radio when Kilmeade played him the tape of high school government teacher Gregory Salcido, from Pico Rivera, California, who went ballistic after one of his students wore a sweatshirt that read “Marine Corps” to his class. Salcido ranted:

We got a bunch of dumbs***s over there. Think about the people you know who are over there. They’re your freaking stupid Uncle Louie or whatever. They’re dumbs***s. They’re not high level bankers; they’re not academic people; they’re not intellectual people. They’re the freaking lowest of our low…..

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John Kelly On CA Teacher Who Called Military ‘Lowest Of Our Low’: ‘The Guy Ought To Go To Hell’ | Daily Wire

 

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