Navy SEAL to Katy ‘Just Coexist’ Perry: ‘Go to Hell’

Bubble-head Katy Perry.( Wiki)

Katy Perry – she’s as cute as a button, can belt out a tune like it’s nobody’s business, and sadly, the poor girl hasn’t a brain in her head.

Case in point, as reported by the Breitbart news portal, the comely young Perry responded to the latest Islamic jihadist attack in Manchester, England by stating that the best way to deal terrorism is to “just unite and love on each other.” For good measure, Perry added the political exhortation that there should be “no borders” as well as “no barriers”.

Interestingly enough, Perry just last month dropped a cool $19 million on a Beverly Hills super-mansion. As the photos in the linked-to article show, the high-dollar digs has quite the wall and gate (aka: Barriers) for keeping those smelly undesirables out.

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But with all that aside, former-Navy SEAL Carl Higbie, a two-time combat veteran of Iraq, certainly isn’t all that thrilled with the singer’s rather textbook example of naïveté incarnate.

As reported by Breitbart.com;

Former Navy SEAL Carl Higbie urged pop singer Katy Perry to try holding a concert in Syria if she wants to “hug it out” with Islamic terrorists.

Higbie, appearing as a guest on Fox News Thursday, said, “Go to hell, Katy Perry. Hold one of your concerts in Syria and see how that goes.”

The ex-Navy SEAL was responding to Perry’s recent interview Tuesday on the Elvis Duran and the Morning Show in which the singer made a plea for people to “co-exist” and to remove “barriers” and “borders” after the Manchester, U.K. Islamic terrorist attack that took the lives of at least 22 people, many of them children, and wounded at least 59 more.


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