Man declines helping stranded motorist with Trump sticker, then posts it to Facebook | The Kansas City Star
He wrote that he does not support “Trump supporters, rapists, trafficking, or murderers. I believe in peace and harmony. Trump didn’t display that.”
Since Brown posted that on Dec. 13, he’s become a hero to some people — and a word-we-cannot-print to others.
“He’s an a@@.”
Brown is not the first person to make a decision like that based on politics.
In May, Trump supporter and tow truck driver Ken Shupe refused to help a female Bernie Sanders supporter after she was involved in a car crash when he saw the Sanders sticker on her car.
“Every business dealing in recent history that I’ve had with a socialist-minded person, I haven’t got paid,” Shupe told a local TV station.
So he refused to tow her.
Pro-Donald Truck tow truck driver refuses to tow disabled Bernie Sanders supporter | abc7news.com – GREENVILLE, S.C. —
A tow truck driver refused to a help a customer stranded on Interstate 26 in Asheville, North Carolina on Monday.
“Something came over me, I think the Lord came to me, and he just said get in the truck and leave,” said Ken Shupe of Shupee Max Towing in Traveler’s Rest, S.C. “And when I got in my truck, you know, I was so proud, because I felt like I finally drew a line in the sand and stood up for what I believed.”
Why a Trump-backing tow truck driver says he refused service to a Sanders supporter – The Washington Post – Ken Shupe responded to a woman who was stranded on an interstate in North Carolina on Monday. Shupe is a tow truck driver; the woman had been involved in a wreck, according to reports.
But when Shupe arrived, he noticed something about the woman’s car — specifically, he noticed that the woman was a supporter of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, according to Fox Carolina.
“Every business dealing in recent history that I’ve had with a socialist-minded person, I haven’t got paid,” Shupe told the station.
He added: “Every time I’ve dealt with these people in recent history, I get ‘Berned.’
“With an ‘e,’ not a ‘u.’ ”