Former Navy SEAL to Katy Perry: ‘Hold One of Your Concerts in Syria’ [WATCH]

When Katy Perry went on the Elvis Duran show, she said some incredibly stupid things.

Besides like all the weird stuff that goes around the Internet, which is, y’know, sometimes a great place but an absolute, y’know, underbelly mob-pit of horribleness, I think, like, the greatest thing we can do now is just unite as people, as like, fan bases, all of it, y’know? Cause I think, like, there, like, as much, y’know, whatever we say behind people’s backs, cause the Internet can be a little bit ruthless as far as fan bases go but I think that the greatest thing we can do is just unite and love on each other and like, no barriers, no borders, like we all need to just co-exist.

So stupid in fact that the video has been taken down.

QUESTION: Should We All COEXIST in a BORDERLESS World Like Katy Perry Says?

Guess it wasn’t good for Katy’s image?

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Or maybe she just couldn’t handle the backlash. Too triggering for her delicate soul…

She didn’t stop trying to spread the “love” message though. She gave a group hug to fans in New York City as a sign of support for the victims of the attack.

“I love you,” Perry said to her fans, reports the Daily Mail. “We’re all in this together.”

Although her second show of support for the victims was a much more appropriate one, her “no borders” comment hasn’t been swept under the rug.

Former Navy SEAL Carl Higbie called her out on it. What he said, well, you can tell he has a clue of what’s going on.

“Go to hell, Katy Perry. Hold one of your concerts in Syria and see how that goes.

“These people fundamentally don’t understand what’s going on here. They don’t understand any of this – and they don’t want to understand, too. And that’s why I’m so strong against these celebrities who speak out, saying ‘Oh, we can fight this through love, it’s not really violent, they don’t really mean it.’

“We’re putting the political correctness of the Islamic culture over the lives of our citizens – and we need to stop that immediately.”

He was criticized for telling the singer to “go to Hell” but he didn’t back down.

“No. I’m doubling down,” he told the Daily Caller.

“The problem is that Katy Perry lives in a bubble. She influences millions of young children who believe everything that comes out of her mouth. It’s irresponsible of her to say something like this, when she has no understanding of the situation. Open borders would be a disaster.”

THIS is the person the young and old should be listening too! Not some 32-year-old pop singer who still thinks she’s 16.


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