Former Navy Seal to Katy Perry: Go To Hell! – VIDEO

Former Navy Seal Carl Higbie is fed up with Katy Perry’s stupidity. In fact he told her to “go to hell” Thursday with regards to comments she made about the Manchester suicide bombing.

Higbie was interviewed with Fox News host Shannon Bream. Higbie was asked what he thought about incoming immigrants being required to take cultural classes to help them become assimilated in the wake up the terror attacks.

“If you come to America, you’re American and nothing else,” Higbie said. “[But] we don’t have people who respect the culture of the United States of America.”

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“You have people like Katy Perry…this woman has said ‘oh we need to give them hugs, hug it out,’” Higbie mocked. “Go to hell Katy Perry.”

“Hold one of your concerts in Syria and see how that goes.”

Watch the video.

Former Navy Seal Tells Katy Perry “Go to Hell!”

What an awesome statement by Hibie. He makes an excellent point when he says, “We’re putting the political correctness of the Islamic culture over the lives of our citizens.”

It’s unbelievable how the far left reacts to these situation. It’s like they are sympathetic to this group of people who want nothing more than for people with opposing views to die. It just doesn’t make sense.

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