Look What Happened To N. Dakota Farmer After Mowing Anti-Protest Message Into Field

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Powerful! North Dakota farmer just showed in front of the entire country how much Americans love their national symbols and how far they can go to show their revolt against the liberal cohorts who divide the nation. NFL still continues to shock Americans over and over again. The league’s ratings and popularity are in a free fall and there is also a negative atmosphere among all players in all teams. Something wrong is happening and this farmer mowed a message in his field to raise the awareness.

One person, in particular, is taking a stand and voicing his opinion publically. He is a farmer from North Dakota who expressed his support by etching it into his farming fields. The President even gave him a little bit of attention on social media for showing support for the national anthem and the President. In the field, the rows read, “We stand for the national anthem.”

The farmer’s name is Gene Hanson and he is from Edgeley, North Dakota. He cut the message into a harvested field in retaliation for the NFL protests that are taking place. When speaking with Fox News he described why he disagrees with NFL protestors kneeling during the anthem. He said,

“I didn’t think it was anything about black, white or brown, or Democrat. It was about honoring our flag and our country. There’s a lot of people that died for it.”

Minnesota CBS reported,

“In a Facebook post, Trump called Hanson a “great American…who is standing up for our flag, our anthem, and our country! Hanson has previously made crop messages in support of Trump. Others read “Drain The Swamp,” “Vote Trump, Never Hillary,” and “GOP Get Your Act Together.” He also gained internet attention after making a tribute to Prince following the musician’s 2016 overdose death.

WDAY TV reports that Hanson’s most recent political message is about two football fields wide and took about two hours to create. The farmer told Fox and Friends that he creates the messages with his tractor and mows the letters by counting rows in the field. He then goes-up on his plane to take photos. He says an initial version of his anti-protest message contained a typo, so he had to start over.”

Gene is known for doing this on more than one occasion. In the past he has etched phrases such as “Drain the Swamp,” “Blue Lives Matter,” “GOP, get your act together” and “Vote Trump” into the field. While everyone has the right to express their opinions how they choose nobody can deny this is certainly an interesting way to do it. One in which gives him widespread recognition while also getting his point across.

Fox News reported the following on the story adding that,

“Hanson told Fox News he got his “We Stand for the National Anthem” message right on the second try. During the first attempt, he was interrupted by a passerby with only two letters to go. He soon relocated to another section of the field. Hanson said he initially wanted to add an addendum — “We kneel at the cross” — but the plan was foiled by the first frost of the season. Hanson said, weather permitting, he plans to add that phrase soon.

Hanson and his wife, Darlene, are Lutherans and attend church regularly. He also describes himself as a Republican and Trump supporter, and he had the chance to get a picture of the president when Trump came to North Dakota for a tax reform speech in September. “I was 20 feet away from him,” Hanson said. “It was a good meeting and the president stayed on script.” Hanson said he believes Trump is trying to do well but faces a “continuous battle” in Washington, D.C. And Hanson said he’s doing all he can to send his support from his Edgeley farm.”

H/T FreedomDaily

Great surprise from President Trump for this patriotic farmer from North Dakota. The patriots are loud and they want to be heard, they deserve to be heard. America is not just CNN and Hollywood, America is not just the “oppressed” elite of entertainers full of cash. Spread the story of this American patriot.

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