Texas Governor Greg Abbott was not impressed by a TikToker’s attempt to disparage American pride on its own soil, and it only took him four words to express it.
Mia Chloe, who goes by “@meanderwithmia” on the social media app, was shocked and dismayed to find out that every country is not like her own. Instead of just realizing that people live differently in different parts of the world, she decided to post a brainless take on TikTok, likely thinking that because it’s popular to hate on America, she would find acceptance there.
Her beef? That Americans fly “too many” American flags.
Australian girl is triggered that there are so many American flags in America 🇺🇸
Should we start a gofundme to pay for her flight back to Australia?pic.twitter.com/m0gp9MZCSf
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) August 14, 2023
Rather than “stay humble” like the TikToker suggested, Abbott responded with what everyone was thinking: “Go back to Australia.”
Go back to Australia.
— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) August 14, 2023
America has plenty to be proud of, whether random foreigners on the internet like it or not. Hopefully, the next country she visits will be shameful enough for her taste.
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