Medal of Honor recipient Dakota Meyer criticized Michael Moore for Twitter comments he made Sunday.
Moore tweeted, "Snipers aren't heroes" on Sunday evening.
My uncle killed by sniper in WW2. We were taught snipers were cowards. Will shoot u in the back. Snipers aren't heroes. And invaders r worse— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) January 18, 2015
Meyer responded to the tweet in a post on Scout:
"I'm sure that his grandfather, who died serving this country, is rolling over in his grave knowing that his grandson is using him to justify him calling U.S. servicemen cowards. I'd be willing to bet that at some point during his grandfather's service, he was watched over by U.S. snipers, and probably had his life saved more than once by U.S. snipers during the war.
"I served as a Marine sniper for three years, and I believe the film American Sniper depicted what we do perfectly. A sniper's primary goal is to eliminate ground threats for U.S. guys on the ground. Is that what a coward is? A person whose goal is to save the lives of his warrior brothers?