“A Good Day For You To DIE,” Sick Lib Caught Pulling Gun On Man Wearing MAGA Hat!
It used to be a thing that unless someone was actually physically harming you or making a point of walking up to you and verbally harassing you that you would just leave them alone if they were doing something or wearing something that you didn’t like.
However, we live in a world now where liberals feel the need to burn everything down when confronted with something that they do not agree with as if they couldn’t just turn around and walk away.
It’s a very shallow way of looking at things to be perfectly honest. It would not be surprising to see it get to the point where there was a Democratic leaning fireman at some point that decided not to rescue Trump supporters from a burning building. Hopefully it never does.
But that being said, when you see someone wearing a hat with something on it there might be a million reasons for why they are wearing it and they might have nothing to do with politics. Or it has everything to do with politics but either way you slice it people that are supposed to be so tolerant are so intolerance it’s not even funny
A Tennessee man faces a charge of first-degree wanton endangerment after allegedly pulling a gun on a Sam’s Club customer in Kentucky for wearing a Make America Great Again hat.
James Phillips, 57, told police he made an obscene gesture with his finger towards Terry Pierce and his wife inside the store because they were wearing MAGA hats, according to a police citation obtained by WKNY.
After Pierce returned the gesture, Phillips, who was wearing a veterans hat, “pulled a .40 caliber out and stuck it in my face, backed up and said, ‘It’s a good day for you to die,’” Pierce told WBKO.
“I said, ‘Then pull the trigger. Put the gun down and fight me or pull the trigger. Whichever one you want,’” Pierce added. “And he backed up and he said it again, he said, ‘It’s a good day for you to die.’”
Phillips then left the store and waited in the parking lot for his mother, who was still inside shopping, according to Pierce.
“I went out the front of the store to confront him again and that’s when I got him in his car,” Pierce told 13 News. “He tried telling me I assaulted him and I said, ‘I never touched you.’”
Pierce said the impetus for the altercation was the MAGA hat he was wearing.
“I have as much right to wear that hat and support my country and my president as he has not to,” he said.
Surveillance video captured inside the store confirms that Pierce did not lay his hands on Phillips, according to the police citation.