She's the loser who flipped off the sign at Arlington. She was, in fact, fired Wednesday. His argument seems to be that unbridled adulation of the military is unhealthy. But he also seems to feel most bothered by this because he feels it comes from those who haven't served. This guy tempers his comments but I suspect despite his service he's not the biggest fan of the military.
His question is a false one. Your life isn't ruined for getting fired. And there is a pattern of behavior that led up to this moment. She has no respect for authority. And she believes it was authority she was disrespecting and not those who gave their lives for our country. You cannot separate the two; the authority of that sign is their to ensure the respect is given that the fallen deserve. That's not unbridled adulation for the military. We should expect common decency at such a hallowed site. She was incapable of that minimal requirement. She has no one to blame but herself.