Army Vet Who Shut Down Obama Delivers Emotional Plea To Charlotte Rioters — Stop The ‘Madness’ [VIDEO]


Christian Datoc Senior White House Correspondent
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A.D. Bell, a United States Army veteran, posted a video to his YouTube channel Wednesday urging the protesters in Charlotte, NC to stop the “madness.”


“I just got home and turned on the TV and saw what was transpiring in Charlotte,” Bell stated at the video’s opening. “As I said before, any loss of life is a travesty. It’s a tragedy, but we have to learn how to handle these things better.” (VIDEO: Veteran Has The Best Response To Obama Feeling Insulted By Black Trump Voters)

“When people are looking at their TV screen, they’re not seeing white people,” he continued. “They’re not seeing the cops that people say are doing the things that are being done. They’re seeing black people, and contrary to popular belief, I care.”

Bell notes that the black community needs “to deal with these incidents in another way. The leadership behind these protests and everything, they’re flawed, and it’s not right.”

“The bad things that happen at these protests reflects on everybody. Our kids deserve better than that. We have to sit back and look at the overall aspects of the situation,” Bell explained. “The United States is supposed to be the leader of the free world, but all other countries are seeing is us acting like complete idiots as a whole.”

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