He did what?
West Point graduate and second lieutenant in the U.S. Army, Spenser Rapone, tweeted two photos of himself from his graduation ceremony. In the first photo, Rapone can be seen holding up his cap with the words “COMMUNISM WILL WIN” written in the lining. The second picture shows Rapone opening his uniform to show the face of Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara on his T-shirt.
You can guess what happened next
- Naturally, the provocative tweets went viral.
- West Point issued a statement saying, “Rapone's actions in no way reflect the values of the U.S. Military Academy or the U.S. Army.”
- Doc Thompson, filling in for Dana Loesch today on “Dana,” dished up the story for discussion with panelists: Jason Buttrill, Kris Cruz, Sara Gonzales, and Brandon Morse.
How'd that go?
“I came from the Marine Corps and, maybe the Army does things differently, but I blame the soldiers who are next to him,” said Jason. “I don’t blame his command. I don’t even blame this turd for doing this -- because he’s a turd.”
Watch this video to hear what the others had to say. (Spoiler alert: They did not all agree with Jason.) What do you think?