It takes a strong spine to wear anything that shows support for Trump in liberal areas, and trust me I know it.
In November of 2020, some friends and I went to the first Trump rally right after the election and it was intense. Of course, there were tons of Trump supporters during the day, but we did spot plenty of Antifa and BLM members lurking in the shadows.
However, at the end of the day that is when things turned completely terrifying.
Antifa was out in full force and we were caught in the melee as we tried to make it back to our hotel safely. Every turn we made we were greeted with more road closures from police since Antifa was doing their best to corner off Trump supporters. Thankfully, by the grace of God, we made it to our room unscathed, but one of our friends we met that day was not so lucky.
Our friend was hit in the back of the head and spent the next few months in the hospital with no recollection of how the attack occurred.
Thankfully, he made a full recovery but it shows just how rabid these people are.
So, that’s what makes this little social experiment so intriguing.
One brave young man decided to try something crazy… He did the unthinkable and wore a MAGA hat out in public in the heart of Seattle. His goal was to find out how long it would take for some “woke jerk” to say something to him about the hat.
I told you he was brave…
Of course, the guy got some side-eyes and most likely some cursing under their breaths in his direction, but then a miracle happened.
Nearly 11-minutes later, he got a “thumbs-up” from some random guy… and not only that, the guy was so happy to see him wearing the hat, that he walked over and shook his hand.
In Seattle... one of the most liberal cities in the country.
Pretty cool, right?
Watch the video:
@stacksunpacks Wearing a MAGA Hat in Seattle (Part 2) #MAGA #Trump ♬ original sound – Stacks Unpacks
It looked like that guy was almost relieved to see another Trump supporter in his city.
I don’t know about you, but this restored my faith in my fellow Americans.
Ok, not everyone but it is a start.