Former Republican Who Monitors Trump’s Base Triggered By US, Trump Flags On Beach: ‘I Need To Leave This State’

On Wednesday, Ron Filipkowski, a Florida-based criminal defense attorney, and former Republican who reportedly monitors Trump’s base on social media, was triggered by the presence of U.S. and Trump flags on the beach.

“I need to leave this state,” he whined on Twitter.

Translation: WAAHHH!

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Twitchy snarked:

Maybe Ron Filikowski would have been comfier if this beach was covered in Ukrainian flags?

Imagine being this worked up by seeing your own country’s flag on the beach. Or maybe he just can’t deal with the Trump and funny Biden flags?

These people really need to get out more.

One person who apparently agreed responded:

Sounds like a liberal terrorist in the making to me.  Maybe he wants to do what this east-coast liberal terrorist did.  Or maybe the voices haven’t spoken to him yet…

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Others, however, had other opinions:

Works for us.

And don’t let the door hit you on the way out.

Indeed. And this guy says he’s a former Marine.

Hey, he claims to be a former Marine, right?



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