“You do a great disservice to the current military men and women who serve this country by referring to me as a 'former Marine' in your article,” his post read.
His post continued, “I actually DID try to go back into the US Army last year, but thanks to a Navy corpsman with poor penmanship skills who can't tell a 'P' from an 'F' on my paperwork, the US Army won't consider me.”
On Monday, Channel 9 spoke to Albemarle police about all the calls they have received about Jordan’s video.
Albemarle police told Channel 9 that it has received dozens of emails and calls.
“We are getting calls from other states … Pittsburgh … Texas … and one person called from out of the country,” said Albemarle Police Chief William Halliburton.
“Some people saying ‘Finally a parent is doing something to take control,’ and then on the other side you have people saying ‘absolutely not. This is crossing the line. And we demand something be done about this,’” said Halliburton.
Police told Channel 9 they can’t do anything about the video because Jordan lives outside city limits.
Sheriff’s deputies in Stanly County said Jordan hasn’t broken any laws. Both agencies deny that they have applauded Jordan as he has claimed on his Facebook page.
If there is a bright spot for Jordan's daughter, it appears she has at least one job offer from an ice cream shop in the town of Stanley. The offer was posted on YouTube Friday after Jordan's video went viral.