The most concise and pro-American response to the Russia-Ukraine conflict didn’t come from a politician or mainstream media pundit.
But nobody expected anything other than warmongering garbage from both sides of the aisle on this brewing conflict.
CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, Democrats, or Republicans.
The past week has been an onslaught of corrupt mouthpieces clamoring for WWIII or calling for the assassination of world leaders.
But a viral video of Bryce "Thug Nasty" Mitchell displays what 99.99% of American politicians and media pundits don't possess.
Common sense and genuine patriotism.
All these corrupt figures desire is a global conflict where average civilians are used as pawns to push wicked agendas.
However, Mitchell's response to a question about Russia-Ukraine speaks to the hearts and minds of blue-collar American workers.
Check it out:
— Max Blumenthal (@MaxBlumenthal) March 5, 2022
In response to a reporter asking his opinion on the Russia-Ukraine situation, Mitchell said, "I'm not going nowhere to fight none of these wars for these politicians. I'm staying at home and when the war comes to Arkansas, I will dig my boots in the ground, and I will die for everything I love. And I will not retreat."
Mitchell later reiterated that he will not retreat from his home in Arkansas, regardless of the circumstances. He emphasized he will fight for the people he loves and the land he loves.
He also noted how it's impossible to known what's really going on in Ukraine.
"I don't know what's going on, to be honest, brother. I really don't. There's so much stuff, and I don't think nobody knows what's going on," he commented.
"There's been so much political corruption in that area. You got Biden and his son making a s**t ton of money..... and using our tax dollars to bribe their people. That's treasonous in my opinion."
Mitchell goes on to criticize tax dollars going to the Ukrainian government while U.S. veterans sleep on the streets.
The clip ends with Mitchell emphasizing he's not going there to fight and lamented that the situation has led to war.
"I don't like war. You know what I mean? I don't want people dying," he commented before reiterating he doesn't know what's going on in Ukraine due to corruption.
This guy makes more sense than an average politician in Western countries.
Oh yeah, the corruption issues associated with certain US politicians in Ukraine went under the rug. No one bothers to investigate anymore. https://t.co/r0cOJpoTGp
— Mauricio (@AtheeHeureux27) March 5, 2022
Why can’t our so-called progressives be honest like this young man. What he said is far more progressive than any of these so called democratic progressives, calling out Biden and hunter for bribery. @AOC @RashidaTlaib @Ilhan @RoKhanna @JamaalBowmanNY @aaronjmate @SabbySabs2 https://t.co/tbZL7gnnVA
— An echo in the chamber (@BeLikeWahter) March 5, 2022
WOW… Is my faith being restored in America? I luv seeing people speaking the truth against the continuous lies from the political elite, no matter which country… @ThugnastyMMA I take my hat off to you 🙏 https://t.co/Vzg018tcZQ
— Stand Tall n Roar (@standtallnroar) March 5, 2022
After his victory over Edson Barboza at UFC 272, Mitchell announced half of his fight purse would go to Arkansas children with medical conditions who have no hope.
MMA Mania reported:
“For 10 years y’all had my back I haven’t done a damn thing for y’all,” Mitchell said during his post-fight interview with Joe Rogan. “And I’m about to show you I’m not just good at hurting people. I can help people. Half of my fight purse, $45,000, is going to Arkansas children with medical conditions who have no hope. We will be their hope! In the name of God these children will be healed.”
During UFC 272’s post-fight press conference, Mitchell explained the thought process behind his generous act.
“Well, children are some of the most precious things on the planet, brother,” he said. “And I see so much evil and wickedness in the world and so much greed. People killing for money and it makes me sick. I wanna do the exact opposite. You know what the greatest thing I can do in the cage is? It’s inspire. That’s the greatest thing that I can do in that cage is inspire people. And I’m gonna tell you why.
“Me by myself, I can’t do s—t,” Mitchell continued. “My $45,000 when it comes to medical professions, really ain’t s—t. That s—t’s gone in one surgery. That s—t’s gone in a couple of skin grafts. But if I can inspire you and you and you and you, then it’s limitless. It keeps going, it’s perpetual. So the greatest thing I can do is inspire, and I really feel like I’ve done that and I really feel like I owe that to God.”