Farmer Plows Patriotic Message for the NFL – Here’s What Trump Said When He Saw It

Farmer Plows Patriotic Message for the NFL Heres What Trump Said When He Saw It

The man behind the agriculture art pieces on a farm in North Dakota sent a distinct message in which he agrees with President Trump’s political views.

North Dakota-born Gene Hanson  also addressed the NFL’s recent and ongoing anti-anthem protests, by stating, “We stand for the National Anthem.”

Hanson ‘engraved’ the message onto his bean crops as a direct result of the League’s tireless protesting against the national anthem, a happening that caused a mass revolt among many Americans.

Trump took Hanson’s move by heart and shared the photo on his Facebook page Tuesday.

“Thank you Gene Hanson — a GREAT American (and farmer) who is standing up for our flag, our anthem, and our country!” Trump was grateful.

Hanson spoke with Fox News Tuesday, noting he is totally on Trump’s side and he understands how the President wouldn’t tolerate players who boycotted the anthem.

“I go with Trump on this one,” Hanson said. “If you want to protest, that’s not the place to do it.”

Hanson said the country deserved residents who can pay their respects, instead of throwing punches for no good reason, mocking the country and its symbols.

“A lot of people died over our flag. We’re able to voice our opinion because of it. If you’re going to show respect for anything, do it for the national anthem,” he said.

Hanson pointed out he took a trip I the sky so he would best capture this art piece. It wasn’t long before he posted the photo on Facebook.

Hanson did not have an easy task ahead of him, but he still managed to come up with a great end result that perfectly symbolizes patriotism.

Initially, he thought about making a, “We kneel at the cross” statement enhancer, but reconsidered due to seasonal frosts.

Hanson and his wife, Darlene, both devoted Lutherans, have a strong faith and side with President Trump on the religious aspects.

Last month, he attended the President’s speech on tax reform in North Dakota.

“I was 20 feet away from him,” Hanson said. “It was a good meeting and the president stayed on script.”

Hanson is sure Trump has the country’s best interest, but that Washington is not used to strong characters. He has faced many obstacles to get to where he is now,  making America great again.

Aside from this art piece, Hanson did several other before, like “Drain the Swamp,” “Blue Lives Matter,” “Feel the Bern,” “GOP, get your act together” and “Vote Trump.”

A few good men, dear Americans, a few good men.

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