Mark Ibrahim was at the Trump rally on January 6th to support a friend of his, but didn’t do anything wrong on while others were rioting at the Capitol and attacking police. But he was still fired by the DEA because he was there and is now talking to Tucker about this:
You can tell how much Ibrahim loves his country just by listening to him. I honestly thought he might cry on-air when he lamented that he couldn’t serve his country anymore because the DEA fired him.
Ibrahim says he originally wasn’t even going to go to the rally, but he went to support a friend of his with whom he served in Iraq. He says he never even went up the steps of the Capitol and, in contrast to what was going on there, began documenting attacks on fellow law enforcement officers and eventually turned his footage in to the FBI to make sure they got justice.
Ibrahim said he and his veteran friend were simply spectators at the event. But when he flew back to LA, he had his badge and gun taken away from him at the DEA and was escorted of the premises like a criminal. After being suspended for two months he was fired for ‘performance issues’.
At first Ibrahim said he was going to just accept it, but his friends talked him into fighting this injustice. I’m glad he’s fighting it, because all he really did here was attend a political rally. And for that, he was treated like a criminal and fired.
He said he’s the son of two immigrants who fled oppressive countries to come to America. Now look at what he’s dealing with here.
Watch the video for much more…
ARTICLE SOURCE: newsthud.com