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An Air Force veteran's message to anti-Trump protesters went viral in the past few days, as he ranted against what he sees as the hypocrisy of the left. 

Thaddeus Alexander posted the video, which has been viewed more than 19 MILLION times since Thursday, with the message: "Protesting .... really?"

He said there are violent protesters out there who also want to do away with the Second Amendment as a way to end violence. 

"You're causing all this destruction just because your candidate lost! See, that's the problem with this country. You can't always get your way. ... Quit being crybabies!" he said.

Alexander said many protesters are behaving like "two-year-olds," setting fires and blocking roads, making people late for work, because they didn't like the election's outcome.

"I'm glad I don't live in New York City or Washington or Oregon because I would run one of your asses over!" he said, adding that this mentality is why Trump is going to be president.

"Because we're tired of you crybabies. You didn't earn anything. None of you put on a uniform, but you're equipped to disrespect the flag, to not say the Pledge of Allegiance, not recognize the Bible. You didn't fight for anything, but you want it. It doesn't work like that!"

Alexander said this morning that he wants all Americans to realize the great country that they have and to start having some pride in it. 

"We need to preserve this country. We need to stop burning flags. We need to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance and we need to be proud of what we have here," he said.

Alexander struck quite a nerve with many Americans, as his video was shared nearly 1 million times on Facebook. He said he posts videos on social media because of his concern about how divided the country has become. 

He also argued that most political pundits and Democrats assumed that African-Americans would support Hillary Clinton. 

"When you have a white lady on CNN saying who the black man is gonna vote for? There's no way she could know that. You might want to talk to a lot of black men to find out," he argued.

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