Patriots rookie Justin Rohrwasser says he will cover “Three Percenter” tattoo after the liberal mob attacks

Screenshot 20200427 134841 Gallery New England Patriots rookie kicker Justin Rohrwasser has been the center of controversy since being drafted Saturday. The liberal mob has piled on and attacked him for a "three percenter" tattoo. The tattoo symbolizes a militia group who's name derives from the claim that only three percent of American colonists took up arms against Great Britain.
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New England Patriots rookie kicker Justin Rohrwasser has been the center of controversy since being drafted Saturday. The liberal mob has piled on and attacked him for a “three percenter” tattoo. The tattoo symbolizes a militia group who’s name derives from the claim that only three percent of American colonists took up arms against Great Britain.

According to liberals it is an example of white supremacy.

He has a “liberty or death” tattoo and has liked tweets encouraging fellow players to stand for the national anthem. He also gave presentations in school about Jordan Peterson who is an enemy of the left for his views.

Even though Rohrwasser clearly feels strongly about his convictions he has said he is willing to get his “controversial” tattoos covered up if he is asked to by the New England Patriots management.

Liberals have been calling him a racist for being associated with a militia group.

“I got that tattoo when I was a teenager and I have a lot of family in the military,” Rohrwasser said on a conference call with reporters.

On its website, “The Three Percenters” said it’s not a militia group.

“We are NOT anti-government,” the statement says. “In fact, we are very pro-government, so long as the government abides by the Constitution… We do not seek to incite a revolution. However, we will defend ourselves when necessary.”

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