I explain it all in a response video to the young Turks foolishness, and the reaction and hate on Chris Kyle, still today. I don’t care when this would have happened, I don’t care. It shouldn’t have ever happened. And yes, this is a campaign started by a liberal pig who calls herself a journalist, Abby Martin.
WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: https://youtu.be/ZUa5zZxYLa0
And watch their video HERE. They say that he broke his hand hitting a horse…or a cattle, they say. He broke his hand falling off a horse that basically trampled him! Yes, did he EVER hit a horse? No.
Abby Martin claims she was threatened, but I have not found a shred of evidence or even screenshots on her twitter account. I found some insults and maybe one thing by a Marine that could be considered threatening, but never the threats she described.
But she can wear a ‘fuck Chris Kyle’ tank top and not expect at least someone to go, “Fuck. No! That’s my hero. That’s my friend, that’s the American Soldier who wasn’t even awarded a warriors death. Who died helping a “veteran”” A man that was slaughtered. And his friend. And yet, they still don’t have any respect. Starting a legitimate campaign “fuck Chris Kyle.”
It makes me sick. There are more important things and more deadly things than words and he knew that. But he is dead. For the love of God that you claim you believe in, let that man rest in peace. He fought and died for your right to slander him! Though they say Jesse Ventura should get millions of dollars for something that I believed happened. Defamation my ass, Ventura!
And to the young Turks: Defamation is a statement that gives a negative impression of a person, company, group, product, government, or country. The statement is made as though it were true, when in fact, it is false. Defamation can be slander, which is made with spoken words, sounds, sign language, or gestures. Defamation in any other form, like in printed words or pictures, is libel. To be considered defamation, the claim has to be false, it has to be made as if it were true, and it has to have been communicated to people other than the entity being defamed. Some states do permit suits for libel or slander to be brought on behalf of the estate of a deceased person in some circumstances. The definition of libel in Texas includes written words that “tend to blacken the memory of the dead.”
But most importantly, my love and support for you, Chris, and your family live on. Always got your six, Mr. Kyle. Love ya!
And I love y’all too!