PATRIOT: UFC Fighter And Green Beret, Tim Kennedy, & Friends Waterboard Each Other To Prove It’s Not Torture [VIDEO]

In a Facebook post that has since gone viral, UFC fighter and Greet Beret / U.S. Army Special Forces veteran, Tim Kennedy posted a video of him getting waterboarded.

He and a group of his friends each took turns waterboarding each other in support of Trump nominee Gina Haspel, to prove that waterboarding is not “torture”. Haspel has been heavily criticized in recent weeks for her use of waterboarding during terrorist interrogation.

We did this yesterday for almost 45 minutes. The average pour was anywhere from 10 to 60. They wouldn’t tell me when they were going to put the towel on they would just smash it on my face and start pouring. You can’t hold your breath while they do it because the water runs down your sinuses. The water run hrough your eyes, down your nose, and pools at the back of your throat. It was a baptism in freedom. It’s not torture!!!! Hell we had elk tacos and wine afterwards. Wake up people. #waterboarding

Posted by Tim Kennedy on Saturday, May 12, 2018

Speaking on Facebook, Kennedy wrote, “We did this yesterday for almost 45 minutes. The average pour was anywhere from 10 to 60. They wouldn’t tell me when they were going to put the towel on they would just smash it on my face and start pouring. You can’t hold your breath while they do it because the water runs down your sinuses. The water run through your eyes, down your nose, and pools at the back of your throat. It was a baptism in freedom. It’s not torture!!!! Hell we had elk tacos and wine afterward. Wake up people. #waterboarding”

Kennedy’s comments (and now, experience, on the matter) stand in opposition to McCain who keeps taking breaks from dying to criticize the president and his pick of Haspel. “The methods we employ to keep our nation safe must be as right and just as the values we aspire to live up to and promote in the world,” McCain said.


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