A hilarious billboard in Texas is giving some liberals directions on exactly where to go and the backlash, of course, has triggered them.
“Liberals,” the sign reads, “Please continue on I-40 until you have left our GREAT STATE OF TEXAS.”
A picture of the billboard was posted to social media and the ensuing backlash caused quite a stir. So much so, that the owner of the sign was pressured into removing it.
“I was shocked that it traveled that fast,” the owner said. “I believe in free speech, but this country is divided enough as it is.”
He said his client agreed to take down the sign and was reimbursed.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) June 21, 2018
Kyle Mccallie took a photo of the Texas billboard and it quickly went viral.
“I am riding the TRUMP TRAIN all the way across the great country of the USA,” Mccallie said in an interview. “The reactions have been crazy. I had no intentions of it getting like this, blowing up in a few hours. All kinds of hate mail and all I did was take a picture.”
One commenter responded that the sign really needs to send liberals merrily on their way to the left coast.
“While this billboard is hilarious, I wish it was not directing people to Oklahoma,” they wrote. “It needs to direct them west to California!”
STOP CAVING TO THE LEFT!!!!
If you own billboards keep them UP!!!
Heck Put some good ones up and OFFER them
to our Candidates!
Texas billboard telling liberals to keep driving until they leave the state to be taken down
This one was so GOOD! pic.twitter.com/WkKHlVdpgx
— 🇺🇸 Patriot 24/7 🇺🇸 (@TT45Pac) June 21, 2018
Mccallie started receiving threats for posting a picture of the billboard because unhinged liberals usually stoop to violence when they’re triggered.
“I don’t need a gun to snap your neck you little punk,” one charming individual wrote.
Weird, I don’t recall the left rising up in opposition to New York governor Andrew Cuomo when he told conservatives that they “have no place in the state of New York.”
He actually had a position of power in the Empire State to make that happen. Where was the outrage then?
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