Man Punched, Dragged 30 Feet by Car for Having Trump Flag in His Yard

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A Florida man said he was punched in the face and dragged 30 feet with his arm trapped in a car by a man who was angry over the fact he had a Trump flag in his front yard.

The incident occurred in Boynton Beach on July 4th as Jeff Good watched a fireworks display from his driveway at around 9:30pm.

An older man with gray hair and his female companion drove up and began yelling about President Trump and demanding Good remove the Trump flag from his yard.

When Good refused, the man allegedly punched him in the face. Good tried to punch back, but the man immediately drove off with Good’s arm still trapped in the car.

Good says he was dragged for about 30 feet and showed local news channel WPTV the bruises to prove it.

Good’s neighbor, Donald Tarca Jr., complained about the incident in a Facebook post in an attempt to find the culprit, remarking, “This is completely unacceptable.”

“My political goal here is just to express my love for this president and for somebody to punch you in the face for just presenting the flag to the public, that is enough said right there,” said Good, adding that he thought he was lucky to get away with minor injuries.

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