Drew Hernandez is a professional writer, YouTuber, and producer who has worked on films such as Lives Matter (2018), Tatum Report (2020), and Drew Hernandez Live (2020). Recently he emerged as one of the witnesses who saw live scenes of the Kenosha shootout and also recorded footage of it as well.
Drew Hernandez was born and reared in New York City, the son of Dominican Republic immigrants. Drew joined the US Army at the age of 19 for a seven-year stint, his father working as a doorman in a downtown building and his mother as a Spanish interpreter for nurses. He studied Business Management at Hostos Community College in the Bronx, NY, after ending his military with two deployments (Iraq and Afghanistan).
Drew Hernandez Career
Hernandez, a self-described “professional pundit” who works for Real America’s Voice and testified for the defence, constantly referred to demonstrators as “rioters” and “Antifa” or Black Lives Matter activists. Drew served in the military as a member of the police force from 2006 to 2011, including tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. His Facebook page, A Combat Veteran, was created when he was working as a private contractor in Iraq in 2015. He made it to promote his debut film, “10 Ways To Identify A Combat Veteran,” a satirical comedy that went viral almost immediately.
The video had 1.5 million views in just three days after it was released. The page’s popularity has exploded, with around 300 million views and over 900,000 followers on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram combined. A Combat Veteran has earned a reputation for being a positive effect on its viewers, and it has done so by pursuing its objective, which is to use Drew’s military service experience as the spearhead for comedy that delivers fun and joy to the Veteran community.
Drew Hernandez Biography
|Age (as of 2021)
|Producer, Writer, Youtuber
|in feet inches – 5’ 7” – in Centimeters – 170 cm
|in Kilograms – 68 kg – in Pounds – 150 lbs
Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Witness
Drew Hernandez is one of the witnesses for the defence in the Kyle Rittenhouse case. He claims to be an Arizona-based professional commentator. Hernandez was in Kenosha to cover the demonstrations following the shooting of Jacob Blake by police and during the protest, he stated he recorded videos of tragic gunfire that took two lives. Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger attempted to portray Hernandez as a biased witness during cross-examination. Before questioning the blogger’s objectivity, he pointed out that the blogger shared legal representation with the defence.
Drew Hernandez Personal Life
There is no information out about Drew’s girlfriend or wife. Currently, as we know from the web he has no kids. Drew is pretty active on social media he owns accounts on different platforms as well. On Instagram drew has a whopping huge fan following of 160k followers and 1440+ posts on that account while on Twitter, he got 152k fan following.
- Hernandez decided to join the army after serving as a reserve soldier for a few years.
- Drew Hernandez served in the military from 2006 to 2011, including missions in Iraq and Afghanistan.
- Hernadez believes in hard efforts and creative consistency, as evidenced by the growth of each piece of material he’s worked on over the years