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Crazy Texas Guy Caught On Camera Ripping Up People's Ted Cruz Yard Signs

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A crazy man in Texas was caught on video tearing up a man’s Ted Cruz yard signs this week, apparently so triggered by 2-by-3-foot pieces of cardboard that he was driven to vandalizing someone’s private property.

In the video, the 1977 Ted Nugent wannabe can be seen confronting a man about his Cruz signs, threatening to rip up the guy’s yard display.
 


“I’m just going to take them down,” the man told the homeowner, who responded that the signs were, in fact, on his own private property.

“Oh, that’s your property, too, though, huh?” the guy said, motioning across the street.

The homeowner replied that those particular signs were on his neighbor’s private property – a neighbor who, he warned, happened to own firearms.

But the prospect of being caught on private property by an armed landowner didn’t stop Captain Tresemmé from stomping across the street and ripping up Homeowner #2’s Ted Cruz yard signs, anyway.

“If you guys shoot me over that, that would be great, that would be an appropriate response,” he said.

After being told that the homeowner would just put up more signs, the guy proceeded to start screaming "I hate Ted Cruz!" before walking away.

Behold, liberals' civil discourse in 2018.

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