Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R) responded to a video of an Australian woman complaining about the excess of American flags in the US by suggesting she go back to her country.

In a video shared on TikTok, Mia Chloe is walking down a street complaining about the number of stars and stripes she is seeing.

She added, “I’m just going to say it… there are a lot of American flags.”

“They are at homes. They’re on cars. Some people are on the sofa cushions,” he the rambling continues, “I know you are the only country that does this.”

Chloe tells the audience that the appearance of the Australian flag is so fleeting in her country that she “can’t tell you what it looks like.”

In contrast, he believes he can create the American flag from memory, a feat comparable to that of most elementary school children, finding the 13 stripes and 50 stars too difficult to replace.

“That’s enough,” she said. “Let’s be polite.”

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Abbott fires back at Australian woman holding anti-American flag

Texas Governor Abbott issued a hilarious response to the anti-US flag woman in Australia on the social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter.

In fact, he simply stopped short of answering, “Bye, Felicia.”

He wrote, “Go back to Australia.”

The tweet was accompanied by eight American flag emojis.

australian woman has tiktok account has since been deactivated After reacting to his comment.

Abbott’s comment was not the only negative comment directed in her direction, much of it echoing the same sentiments.

Conservative activist Scott Pressler wrote, “We would happily pay for a one-way air ticket back to Australia.”

“We’re not Australia babe. We are the United States of America. Don’t like to see our flag flying, go back home. We won’t miss you,” replied the other person.

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Sorry to break it to this young Australian woman, but Americans aren’t going to take advice from a country that recently celebrated a “renewal in freedom” after a COVID lockdown in which officials in one state had announced that only residents with vaccinations would be allowed in soon. One hour” of extra fun time.

Our lockdowns were bad. were yours tyranny of the third world,

he also offered prisons A “covid quarantine facilityduring the pandemic.

It’s hard to be patriotic and fly your flag proudly while knowing that every now and then the authorities seek to take control of your disarmed country.

The Australian woman’s reaction to too many American flags was reminiscent of some other Liberals who were incensed by the hoisting of Old Glory.

New York Times editorial board member Mara Gay said it was disturbing to see “dozens of American flags” being waved by Donald Trump supporters during a visit to Long Island.

Gay later clarified that it was not the flag itself that was “disturbing”, but rather the notion that “Trump and many of his supporters have politicized the American flag.”

Patriotism is not political. It is a sign of love for one’s own country.

If he falls primarily on one side of the political aisle, he tells more about the opposing party.

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