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Poll Worker Says Voter Couldn’t Wear Trump Shirt, So Here’s What He Did (Photos)

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A South Carolina man wore a pro-Trump t-shirt to vote on Tuesday.

He was told he couldn’t vote in the shirt.

Apparently, the Palmetto State has rules against this sort of thing (more on that below).

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So, the man decided to take action.

He voted shirtless!

Here’s the explanation…

From WIS TV:

In South Carolina, you’re not allowed to distribute any campaign material within 200 feet of the polling place, and that includes clothing, according to state elections officials.

At the Murrells Inlet/Garden City Fire Department polling location, a man wearing a shirt supporting President Trump was told he couldn’t wear the clothing inside the polling place, according to witness Todd Price. So instead, the man took it off and voted shirtless, Price said.

Chris Whitmire, with the South Carolina Elections Commission, said via email the poll manager’s handbook defines campaign material as any written or visual material that expresses support or opposition for any candidate, party or ballot issue in a current election.

12,000 Trump-supporting American patriots were inside the arena in Chattanooga, Tennessee days before the election.

They were loud.

A lot more supporters couldn’t get in because the place was filled to capacity, as is generally the case when Trump is campaigning.

Here’s the view from inside:

And outside:

Check out the left’s response, where some people felt it necessary to kneel for (and denigrate) the national anthem:

Another:

These types of actions are why the GOP gained members of the Senate.

Trump’s rally for Senate candidate Josh Hawley in Missouri on Thursday was attended by 27,000 supporters.

It was 50 degrees outside in Columbia and drizzling.

Nobody seemed to care.

While in Milwaukee, Obama spoke at a high school gymnasium.

As you can see, the place is half-full:

A reporter claimed the line to see Obama was a mile long:

 

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