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Gale McCray spends every single day protesting the presidency of Donald Trump.
He's famous for his sign:
Trump. That Boy Don't Act Right!
And he's basically a meme now.
The #Resistance is strong near @PennSquareMall in OKC.
Trump: That boy don't act right. ✊🏽 https://t.co/4QapSQ2FnI — Oklahoma violated tribal jurisdiction for 113 yrs (@Oklahoma violated tribal jurisdiction for 113 yrs)
Many of these are in fact posted by Gale himself.
He created the sign (or appears to have done so) on 15 February 2017.
Previously McCray had a pro-Bernie Sanders profile picture.
The former US postal worker, school bus driver, and recreation therapist is a 74-year-old retiree living in Fort Worth, Texas.
He reportedly holds the infamous sign up for at least two hours a day for passing cars to see.
Explaining why this was the form his opposition took, McCray explained he was inspired by an anti-Bush antecedent.
I remembered seeing a guy with a sign once shortly after Bush took us into Iraq.And he was a Middle Eastern guy.He had such resolve on his face, like he knew he wasn't going to change anything but that he had to get out there and do something.And that's kind of how I felt.
I remembered seeing a guy with a sign once shortly after Bush took us into Iraq.
And he was a Middle Eastern guy.
He had such resolve on his face, like he knew he wasn't going to change anything but that he had to get out there and do something.
And that's kind of how I felt.
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