Chad Prather has done it again. This unlikely and accidental internet star nailed it when describing why thousands of college students are frantically marching in the streets to protest President-Elect Donald Trump’s historic win.
“Let’s talk about these protesting college kids. Good for you, great job exercising your First Amendment rights,” cowboy internet phenom, Chad Prather, begins. “Now, I’m gonna exercise mine… I remember when I was in college and thought I knew everything too.”
A heavy dose of Prather’s no-nonsense folksy wisdom is just what these liberal petulant children need—and deserve. Their parents didn’t raise them right. Their schools coddled them and did not educate them or prepare them for the harsh realities of life, and it shows.
“What are you protesting? The American political process? The Electoral College? The Constitution?” the cowboy philosopher asks in the now viral video.
“Noooo, you just didn’t get your way,” he says answering the posed question. “Get back into Starbucks and complain about your latte order.”
Chad Prather became an online celebrity after a video he posted to Facebook went viral last October, Fox News notes. The Texas cowboy’s video entitled, “Unapologetically Southern” quickly went viral.
Prather was sick and tired of southerners and the southern heritage being relentlessly mocked. “It’s pretty easy to stereotype folks from the South. They hear a dialect and they hear a slang, and they want to make fun of it,” he said when describing the motivation behind the video.
The Texas cowboy also said he created his YouTube channel to have a way to explain what the South is truly all about. Prather said folks in the South learn the value of self-respect, discipline, and respect for other people.
“With the world being as small as it is, I think it’s necessary that we learn to embrace other cultures,” Chad Prather continued. “You see the differences and you don’t hate them, you don’t stereotype them.”
Who does Prather blame for the whiny millennials now taking over the streets of major cities around the country? He puts the blame right where it belongs—on their parents. Their toddler like self-absorption wouldn’t have survived long enough for them to go looking for a safe space on a college campus if they hadn’t been told by their parents that the world owes them something.
VIA Angry Patriot