Hundreds, if not thousands of videos covering the horrendous floods in southern Texas are taking over the internet.
But there are some that are just plain inspiring in a gritty-American sort of way.
The following viral video that claims the “Redneck Army is saving the National Guard” just happens to be one them:
— Michael Keyes (@michaelkeyes) August 31, 2017
The video hit the “feel goods” of endless social media users, including Ann Coulter who retweeted the inspirational footage.
Plenty more weighed in with their take and appreciation for America’s can-do spirit:
I don't think the national guard budget would approve of a couple of those trucks…but they should?
— Alexandria Brangwin (@AlexBrangwin) August 31, 2017
Everyone teases the Rednecks until there’s a zombie apocalypse or natural disaster ,then their best friends
— Source Rock (@sourcerock) August 31, 2017
My levels of Redneck Preparedness have never been higher. pic.twitter.com/HcXkeuvb7g
— Sheila Gunn Reid ? (@SheilaGunnReid) August 31, 2017
Never ever underestimate a Redneck… NEVER!….?
— Dr.Larry (@DrLarry19) August 31, 2017
That’s more like it….. pic.twitter.com/JY7p9QaQVx
— Bobby Cappasola (@USA_Not_Oceania) August 31, 2017
A country boy can survive!
— Greg Heer (@auburngregory) August 31, 2017
So there’s the Cajun Navy & the Redneck Army. So Awesome! I’m always saddened that it takes a disaster for folks to be kind to each other.
— Terry K (@TerryGooner2) August 31, 2017
Right on! People helping People a beautiful sight
Together We Can Accomplish Much
We won’t B divided
We Won’t let You Trash Trump
— sad and true (@barbiesewandsew) August 31, 2017
— Dallas Russell (@Da11as_Russell) August 31, 2017
This is America’s backbone! #ThisIsAmerica retweet for the redneck army!
— Cjwuenstel (@CjWuenstel7557) August 31, 2017
— Kathy Shaidle (@kshaidle) August 31, 2017
And then there was this gem, that hit on a despicable Politico cartoon mocking patriotic flood victims:
Angels sent by God to save the government!
— This Little Piggy (@woodyspigroasts) August 31, 2017