A pro-Palestine heckler was given a nasty wake-up call while attempting to disrupt Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s address in Collin County, Texas on Saturday.
Texans don’t play that.
The disgruntled teenager is seen on video interrupting Governor Abbott’s address, but he is swiftly drowned out by the crowd’s boos.
The mob then grabs him, and he can be heard saying, “don’t fuc*ing touch me!”
The audience continues to jostle and tug at him, forcing him out of the event. Several people wearing cowboy hats can be seen escorting him out of the premises.
According to Trending Politics‘ Collin Rugg, the protester was interrupting a campaign gathering for Abbott’s re-election campaign in.
It happened on the same day when pro-Palestine protestors marched on the White House, Rugg pointed out.
If I might quote Jason Aldean, “Try that in a small town.”
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