Texan Erects Billboard Telling Libs To Keep Driving Until They Leave The State

Written by Doug Giles on June 20, 2018

In Texas, people are big-hearted, honest, and… will let you know EXACTLY what they’re thinking.

This sign is no exception. It invites Liberals to continue their lovely drive through Texas… all the way to the other side of it.

In other words, “Hi. Welcome. When are you leaving?”

Billboard 6 miles east of Vega on I-40 east bound! I like it!

Posted by Kyle Mccallie on Tuesday, June 19, 2018

“A photo of the sign was posted to Facebook by Kyle Mccallie, of Fritch. He wrote the billboard was six miles east of Vega, a city roughly 35 miles west of Amarillo, on the eastbound side of the highway.” — FoxNews

Their ideology, waste and taxes have ruined California. Now they’re fleeing to Red States that are better to live in, but won’t change their voting patterns. Is there any wonder they want Liberals to keep right on driving?

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