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Tuesday, August 16, 2016

This Florida window decal makes some really valid points

Posted By on Tue, Aug 16, 2016 at 3:13 PM

click to enlarge Trump's Florida strategy involves hordes of informative window decals. - PHOTO VIA TREASUREDIVE/REDDIT
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  • Trump's Florida strategy involves hordes of informative window decals.
An extremely woke Trump window decal was spotted on Florida roadways this week and it makes a strong argument. 

Imagine, if you will, what it would be like if we lived in a gunless utopia with quality social programs and a system that didn't demonize immigrants. Well, can you imagine it? Imagine it. That sort of bizarre world is what this decal is warning us about. 

Pro-Trump window decals have been on the uptick as of late, as you've probably noticed, and it makes sense. Trump's probably going to lose Florida.

The GOP candidate is on such an epic downward spiral, that #PeopleAreSaying his meltdown is probably on purpose

Not to mention, Florida's GOP spokesman quit last week, less than 13% of Florida Hispanics say they will vote for Trump, and according to the most recent poll, Hillary Clinton has opened up a 9 point lead here in the Sunshine State. 

So, what does this all mean? It means expect more decals, sheeple. Also, if you haven't already, here's where you can register to vote

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