It is clear that conservatives in Texas do not want their beloved state to fall into the hands of liberals and have their politics changed into that of California.
But, to make sure liberals get the message a massive billboard is posted alongside a highway which instructs liberals to keep driving until they are out of the state.
The billboard made quite the splash on social media, going viral on Tuesday after it was posted online.
“Liberals,” the billboard says, as Fox News reports. “Please continue on I-40 until you have left our GREAT STATE OF TEXAS.”
Check it out:
Billboard 6 miles east of Vega on I-40 east bound! I like it!
And, from Fox News:
A photo of the sign was posted to Facebook by Kyle Mccallie, of Fritch. He wrote the billboard was six miles east of Vega, a city roughly 35 miles west of Amarillo, on the eastbound side of the highway.
Mccallie’s post has garnered nearly 12,500 shares at the time of publication.
Here’s how some people are reacting to the billboard:
What baffles me is how Libs from failing states rush 2 Texas 2 find jobs in our amazing economy, but they insist on voting the same way they did in the collapsing cities they came from #defenitionofinsanity I agree with the sign. If you don’t see Y wer successful here, keep drvn
— Ace V (@Fight4Truth7) June 20, 2018
Everyone talking crap about Texas on this feed but Texans really don’t care what other states thank of us. We’re Texans we do are own thing!!
— Hunter Logan 🇺🇸 (@Hunterlogan15) June 20, 2018
Exactly and I am proud that this sign is not far from the city I am in
— Erin Mefford (@ErinMefford1) June 20, 2018
“We gotta get some o those southbound in Florida,” one user responded.
Another similarly commented, “We need this sign in NEVADA.”
And, “Love this billboard, we need to get those signs here in Missouri!”
Same in New Jersey
— Mark Eckenrode (@meckenrode111) June 20, 2018
Tennessee needs one of these…
— Karen Williams (@klrswilliams) June 20, 2018
Florida needs to put signs like that as well every state needs to do that.
— Bryan Wittenmyer (@witty941) June 20, 2018
Now how do I go about getting one of these for my front yard? 🤔🤔🤔🤔
— Nancy (@boilerkappa) June 20, 2018
— Aimee (@aimeerphebus) June 20, 2018
— Rosanne C (@msrcc55) June 20, 2018
Makes me want to move there and live in this liberal free dystopian paradise known as Texas.
— Chris W (@WolfRaven1979) June 20, 2018