Jarrett Morford Wiki- Jarrett Morford Bio
Jarrett Morford has been identified as the 20-year-old foul-mouthed Marine fresh out of boot camp in a viral video claiming “China is going to pay” for its handling of the coronavirus, officials said. The is under investigation for a racist rant threatening to target Chinese people upon his deployment.
Jarrett Morford Twitter
The 32-second viral clip was posted on Twitter Thursday by an Army NCO. Sample PFC. Jarrett Morford, 20, uses racial slurs against Chinese citizens while referencing the caliber of the bullet used in standard rifles delivered to the Marines, Stars and Stripes reported.
“As the Honorable Trump said on Twitter today, it was China’s fault,” Morford said in the pictures while wearing the uniform. “China is going to pay for what it has done to this country and to the world. I don’t give a damn! ”
It’s unclear exactly which tweet Morford was referring to, but President Trump has repeatedly characterized COVID-19 as the “China virus,” including as recently as Thursday, while vowing to continue to press tariffs against the nation.
The post that featured Morford’s spiel had been retweeted more than 4,300 times as of Friday. “Does anyone recognize this racist?” the tweet read. “It is difficult to know where it is and, sadly, there are no name tapes.”
Jarrett Morford Reddit
Redditors ripped Morford to shreds in the comments on the r / PublicFreakous post. “These are the kind of jerks who try to become cops,” wrote one user. “For not having enough power and being the dwarf of the platoon.” “You can see in his eyes that he’s not playing with a full deck,” added another.
Jarrett Morford Windsor Colorado Marine
Morford, of Windsor, Colorado, graduated from boot camp in August and is currently training for a communications job in Twentynine Palms, California, Stars and Stripes reported.
An investigation is in progress
A Marine Corps spokesman told the outlet that an investigation into Morford’s spiel is underway and vowed that his command would take “appropriate action.”
“There is no place for racism in the Marine Corps,” Capt. Joseph Butterfield told Stars and Stripes. “Those who cannot value the contributions of others, regardless of their background, are destructive to our culture and do not represent our core values.”