Deranged Store Employee Shrieks, Lunges at Customer over Pro-Trump Apparel


It’s been well-documented at this point that Trump Derangement Syndrome is a very real thing.

It’s causing homeowners to give up six figures because they refuse to sell to supporters of President Donald Trump.

It’s causing news outlets to use weddings as a means to attack the president.

It’s given loons like Al Sharpton all sorts of conniptions.

But as much fun as it is to needle some of the more ludicrous elements of Trump Derangement Syndrome, it’s still a little jarring to see such a blatant example of it happening to everyday Americans.

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Facebook user Ian Furgeson posted a now viral video of his experience visiting a vape shop.

Warning: Video contains obscenities.

Furgeson had apparently committed the highest of crimes by … wearing a black T-shirt with the word “Trump” on it as well as a black “Make America Great Again” hat.

After entering XHale City in Tucker, Georgia, Furgeson was subjected to a completely unhinged tirade that no person deserves, especially for wearing a shirt.

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“Leave the store! Leave the store! Leave the store! F— off! I don’t give a f—! Get out!” the unidentified clerk screamed when Furgeson began recording his video. He then proceeded to take a swing at Furgeson, who only wanted to purchase vape juice for his wife.

After a bizarre and intense exchange that included the clerk making unhinged accusations of racism and Furgeson saying he wouldn’t get the clerk’s bosses or the police involved if the clerk would just sell him the item, the clerk eventually acquiesced and started to ring up Furgeson.

“Capitalism wins again,” Furgeson said, which set off the clerk again.

“F— your capitalism! F— your f—ing president! He’s a racist, stupid piece of s—! You’re a racist stupid piece of s—! F— off!” the clerk screeched.

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Perhaps the funniest part of the whole video is the other customer in the store, a black man who was just standing there watching this insanity unfold.

“God bless America and everybody in it. I love you, sir. I don’t even know you,” Furgeson could be heard telling the other customer.

“This is about money,” the customer could be heard saying, implying that political differences should have nothing to do with a simple commercial transaction. And the customer is right. While the video cuts out, at the end it sounded like the customer was apologizing to Furgeson that he had to go through this.

Utter insanity.

But this crazy story did have a surprising ending. Furgeson went to another vape store immediately after encountering the lunatic at XHale City and said he was greeted by a “liberal Democrat.” Based on that description alone, things did not go as you might think.

Warning: Video contains obscenities.

“Disgusting. Disgusting. You don’t treat people like that, yo,” the female clerk at the different vape shop said about the other video.

“Here we are, a liberal Democrat and a conservative Republican,” Furgeson said. “Coming together. Cool as s—.”

As unhinged as the first video was, the second one shows its possible for political foes to treat each other with respect.

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Bryan Chai has written news and sports for The Western Journal for more than five years and has produced more than 1,300 stories. He specializes in the NBA and NFL as well as politics.
Bryan Chai has written news and sports for The Western Journal for more than five years and has produced more than 1,300 stories. He specializes in the NBA and NFL as well as politics. He graduated with a BA in Creative Writing from the University of Arizona. He is an avid fan of sports, video games, politics and debate.
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