After A Hateful Liberal DESTROYED His Flag, The Trump Family Did Something Amazing!
As much as we might not like someone’s beliefs if it is reflected in their personal property, it is the right of nobody to take that property and destroy it.
Give you an example, all during the 2016 campaign there was someone about three or four houses down from me that had a Hillary Clinton campaign sign in their front yard. You know what I did to that sign?
Not one single thing. When I would go past walking my dogs I would wave to them, say hello and keep on walking. When they saw my Trump sign when they were walking their dogs they would do the same thing. You know why?
Because decent people don’t destroy property over a disagreement of politics. If you like rum raisin ice cream, it’s not my right to knock it out of your hands because I think it;’s the most disgusting flavor out there. Go on and eat that nasty mess, it’s your right.
Liberals would be the first to knock it out of your hand. They would also be the first to take your sign or your flag because they think it’s some form of civil disobedience. It’s not, it’s vandalism.
As much as the left likes to virtue signal about how tolerant they are, the facts show otherwise. In yet another case of their “tolerance,” political intimidation has been used to attack and threaten a Trump-supporting family in Vermont.
Among the things done to this family, their “Trump 2020” flag was removed, burned, and left on their porch. When the family of President Donald Trump found out, they were quick to respond.
Update: Gus – Your replacement flag is in the mail. If the person is classless enough to do it again just let us know – we will send you as many replacement flags as you need! 🤛🇺🇸 https://t.co/2XiEwiKJRm
WCAX originally covered the story of how Burlington, Vermont resident and veteran Gus Klein was targeted. After their story ran and went viral, more harassment occurred. The family got death threats and a Trump bumper sticker was ripped off Klein’s vehicle.
Gus explained, “I hear on the other end (of the phone) some expletives, profanity, I guess, with the letter F. ‘F you Trump fan, I’m going to kill you.’” He added, “I don’t know what gives people the right that they feel they can get in your own personal property and do something.”
The Kleins were excited about the Trump family response, but time passed and no replacement showed up. After a follow-up call to the family, in which the Kleins explained they never got the replacement, things changed.
The very next day the family got their replacement flag. But that was not all. They got a treasure trove of related goodies, including a MAGA hat signed by both President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence.
The Kleins were thrilled. Gus said, “I couldn’t believe it. I couldn’t believe it. So this is going to be like a family heirloom.”
Gus’ wife, Ann-Marie Klein, kept a positive attitude, despite the harassment. “I still have faith in people and Vermonters letting us fly our flag freely without any issues or problems.”
Gus said that the harassment had left him feeling “fired me up a little more.” He noted that the intimidation tactics had not worked.