Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Give Her Dishonorable Discharge: Navy launches investigation into female Black sailor Janaye Ervin who didn't stand for National Anthem



It’s a privilege to serve in the military and if she doesn’t want to stand for the national anthem, then the Navy doesn’t need this woman-period! 
Get rid of her fast!   

Fox News reports the U.S. Navy has launched an investigation into the case of a sailor who didn’t salute as the National Anthem played during a recent morning flag-raising at Pearl Harbor, an official said Tuesday.

U.S. Pacific Fleet spokesman Senior Chief Petty Officer Joel Cesar said it’s up to the sailor’s commander whether she faces any punishment for failing to salute the flag on Sept. 19.

The sailor under investigation is Petty Officer 2nd Class Janaye Ervin, an intelligence specialist in the Navy Reserve. She was recently in Hawaii for about two weeks for an exercise. She’s assigned to the Navy Operational Support Center at North Island, Calif.

Ervin had explained her actions in a since-deleted Facebook book.

"I feel like a hypocrite singing about the 'land of the free' when I know that only applies to some Americans," she wrote. "I will gladly stand again, when ALL AMERICANS are afforded the same freedom."

Ervin said she was threatened with jail time for her actions.


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5 comments:

  1. I agree. If she can't support the idea behind the flag, she has no business being in the military.

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  2. This makes me Puke!!!! I am a veteran of the USMC. Any Marine getting caught doing this would have been BENT till they died! BEND HER THEN DISCHARGE HER!!!!Oorah!!!!

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  3. Hey Samuel;

    The problem is that the military is so riddled with PC that I really think that nothing will happen. Remember when those cadets at beast barracks did the black power salute in uniform and the Obama whitehouse supported their action....nothing happened to them. Discipline is essential to a military service and we don't have it anymore.

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  4. She had no business being in the US military (despite volunteering for military service and taking the oath). Discharge her. A Dishonorable Discharge is fitting, but I'd settle for Undesirable.

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  5. I meant to add that she's a disgrace to the uniform.

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