2 weeks ago

Our country is more divided than ever before, as liberals are doing everything they can to make supporters of President Donald Trump feel unsafe in their own country. Now, even veterans who have put their lives on the line for our country are finding themselves being attacked simply for supporting the president.

Fox News reported that Gus Klein is a veteran from Burlington, Vermont who has proudly been waving a “Trump 2020” flag on the flagpole outside his house. He was devastated when he woke up on Sunday morning to find that someone had ripped down his flag, burned it, and left its remains on his porch.

Klein, who served two tours of duty in Afghanistan, said that what this vandal did was “not right.”

“Knowing that there’s people out here who do this, there is fear in my mind and it’s not right,” the veteran said, according to The Miami Herald. “I should be able to come and go as I want and we should be able to sleep at night in our own property, so there is fear.”

“It does make me sad,” Klein continued. “I’m going to be 58 years old, and I’ve never seen something like this before. I’ve always lived in this area.”

Scared in their own neighborhood

Klein’s wife Annamarie added that she found the incident to be “violent” and “scary.” It disturbed her that the vandal could be one of her neighbors.

“We all get along,” she said. “You agree to disagree.”

Despite this act of intimidation, Klein said that this will not stop him from campaigning for Trump in 2020, as he firmly believes that he is the best person to lead our country right now.

It’s despicable that a veteran who served his country overseas twice can’t even openly support his president these days. Liberals should be ashamed of themselves for the way that they are vilifying Trump supporters. We can only hope that the vandals who did this are caught and arrested for this disgusting crime.

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