Some people will never be able to just let it go.
Texas Rangers security had to remove a “Trump Won” flag from the upper stands at Globe Life Field during Sunday’s game. In doing so, the fan who unhurled it made sure they knew they were not allowed to take it from him.
A video uploaded by Elan News to YouTube shows a man arguing and yelling about the 2020 election.
“They stole our election though, you know,” the man, wearing a red cap with a American flag logo on the front and a Texas Rangers shirt, says in the video. “I know the rules. You can’t take my flag … your election got stolen, too. Americans should be more upset that our election got stolen than if we have a flag … Everybody knows Trump won. And they’re more upset because I have a flag than that our election was stolen.”
The Rangers said the banner violated the stadium’s code of conduct.
“We asked them to take the sign down. They were then asked to leave the park,” the statement said.
There have been several instances of fans showing up to random games this year just to remind people of the false claim that Donald Trump won the 2020 election.
“I held a sign at a baseball game, and they called the cops. This is how out of whack America is. That we don’t even have free speech and the cops get called because someone has a flag … They steal our elections, nobody panics. One person drops a flag at a baseball game, and they want to call the police.”
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