I just reported my former best friend to the FBI
A 40+ year old guy, with thousands of jobs open, has to settle for being a pizza delivery guy? With his personality it can't be for the tips. I'm guessing he has some major issues.‘This is what they do!’
Pro-Trump congressional candidate J.R. Majewski tweeted out the footage of the encounter. “A good friend of mine, one of the nicest guys you’ll meet, was almost driven off the road, and then threatened by a @PapaJohns driver near Cleveland Ohio. Because he has a Trump Flag on his truck,” the U.S. Air Force veteran claimed on Twitter.
The video (*warning for profanity) shows the man wearing a red Papa John’s “Pizza Super Power” shirt approaching Majewski’s friend despite the latter’s “don’t get close” admonition and his insistence that this is a free country and that he can put whatever he wants on his truck.
The purported pizza man can be seen flipping the bird several times and telling his adversary to commit an intimate act on himself and making an obscure reference that “$2.8 billion went to high society.”
The man in red (who may have been seeing red) also posed a challenge to the pro-Trumper: “If you get your b—h ass out of the truck, and agree to mutual contact, I will beat the f— out of you.”
“This is the problem with you f—–g liberals,” Majewski’s friend asserted. “That’s all you guys do…You don’t even know what the f— you’re talking about.”
“Don’t you worry-”
“Did you see that?” says the local.
“Yeeeeeeah! So get the f**k out of Canberra! There are a lot of us.” The Canberra woman grins, and then starts to drive off without providing her details following an accident.
“YOU F**KING IDIOT!” shouts the freedom protester, horrified by watching her car crashed into.
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