These Chicago Patriots Just Sent Mike Lindell a Very Creative Message On The I-90 Overpass
When you think of Chicago, you don’t always think “MAGA COUNTRY” – well, unless you’re Jussie Smollett and trying to cook up a hoax.
But most rational and sane people will agree that Chicago is not a conservative hub by any stretch of the imagination.
So, that’s why when this sign was spotted above a freeway overpass, it was kind of a big deal.
Jack Posobiec shared the image, which we’re told was displayed on the Kennedy Expressway I-90 in Chicago.
It’s a message to America’s First patriot and the CEO of “My Pillow,” Mike Lindell.
And it’s a perfect message – a GIANT perfect message.
Here’s what the sign says: “Heroes don’t wear capes…They sell pillows”
Check it out:
It’s true pic.twitter.com/LMtD9d6Egt
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) July 18, 2021
What an amazing tribute to a man who’s put everything on the line for his county, his supporters, and President Trump.
I hope he’s seen the sign, I know he’ll appreciate it.
This piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.
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