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Texas Billboard Has Blunt Message for Liberal Democrats #Texas #billboard #Democrats

A Texas billboard will a blunt message for liberals is making the rounds on social media.

Now if we can get similar billboards on every highway leading out of the United States, that would be awesome!

Kyle Mccallie of Fritch, Texas posted a photo of the billboard onto his Facebook profile. The photo was reportedly taken on I-40 East, east of the town of Vega. Vega is located about 26 miles west of Amarillo, on the Texas Panhandle.

The billboard reads: “Liberals, please continue on I-40 until you have left our GREAT STATE OF TEXAS (sic)”

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Let’s face it, Democrats have become the domestic enemy every veteran swore an oath to protect this nation from, so a request asking them to leave is the polite thing to do before we chase them out of the United States.

For example, they are lying directly to the public about so-called “asylum seekers”, they also fail to mention that the “separated children” are being trafficked by cartels for huge sums of money, and unless we do something about it, the cartels will continue raking in this cash.

Of course, they also fail to mention that Obama not only separated families, but packed them in like sardines, treating them worse than dogs in China that are destined for a dinner table, and they will never mention that their beloved MS-13 gang members are taking over American schools.

It goes on and on, but suffice it to say, Democrats just need to get out. Go anywhere, but leave the United States. Everyone will be happier when they finally do.

So get to packing liberal Democrats. Nobody with a functioning brain wants you anywhere near them.


Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
June 20th, 2018


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