The Elderly Gentleman Wearing a MAGA Cap

I dropped my wife Mary off at the door of Walmart, parked, and waited for her in the car.  An elderly white-haired gentleman and his wife exited Walmart, pushing a shopping cart filled with groceries.  The gentleman was wearing a bright red MAGA cap.

Considering that leftists are punching, beating, and pushing to the ground anyone, including seniors, caught wearing a MAGA cap, I was struck by the gentleman’s bold body language.  Clearly, he did not give a hoot who disliked him supporting our president’s mission.

I thought, this guy is old-school, a throwback to a time when men took pride in behaving manly, standing up for what they believe.

I got out of my car and approached the gentleman and his wife while they were loading groceries into their car.  I said, “Thank you, sir, for wearing that hat.”  He replied, “That’s what the Constitution is for.”  Then he gave me a military salute.  I replied, “Amen, brother” and saluted him back.

As I walked away, I thought, “In these crazy times, in which manliness is deemed toxic and so many politicians are cautiously walking on politically correct eggshells, it was great to meet a real man who was unafraid, willing to defiantly stand up for his convictions and his country.”

America desperately needs more real men like the gentleman at Walmart wearing a MAGA cap.

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11 comments for “The Elderly Gentleman Wearing a MAGA Cap

  1. CHRISTIE WAGNER
    February 24, 2019 at 11:27 am

    😍👏❤💚💙 to both of you

  2. Susie weis
    February 24, 2019 at 1:49 pm

    I was pulling out of a parking lot. I saw a gentleman wearing a MEGA Hat. As I drove by his I pointed at his hat and then gave a thumbs up. He smiled and returned the thumbs up. THUMBS UP TO MEGA

  3. Chick
    February 24, 2019 at 4:27 pm

    I have had more positive comments for my Camo Trump cap, than I can remember (and no negative comments). But, I live in Conservative Southeast Texas! I have directed several wear to get one of their own!

  4. Tina Kanak
    February 25, 2019 at 12:30 pm

    I was thinking to myself and to say that All Americans should go buy them and wear them….BUT….then I remembered Christ discussing a time when they will want to kill you for the words you says and that it right either to die for their choice to be wicked. See we all have a choice and though they can’t see they are taking away others rights to choose it’s not our job to die to try to right someone else’s mind. If these people aren’t waking even after that poor, beautiful guy who is probably ready to become full Christian made the #walkaway movement that found out if his beliefs deterred at all from the norm he would be thrown away with the trash and look like a traitor instead of a person expressing his own God given right to believe as he wishes set. Sometimes I wonder if he is still alive, if he was met by demons who said if you want fame do as we say or we will crush you and you my love, you may not, but you will never work again with us. Blacklisting of scienctist back in the 60’s early 70’s began to eradicate God from “our” knowledge just as the Bible says. Some of these people don’t know they are taken over by evil spirits and the ones that do are very vehement to point of killing like Seth Rich, you don’t leave the party and start thinking for yourself. So I prayed for that man who started that movement that he would learn or know to come all the way to Christ who is more power than evil and is the only thing that can stop evil and bind it, and be as God standing with David to defeat Goliath. Please understand we are all taking on Goliath- we must be stron in faith today or the evil forces will have their way- it’s hard enough with Christ as we are still persecuted. By the power of Christ are we protected, warned, given good thoughts, courage, wisdom as the serpent to be harmless as the dove for the time we must stay alive working to save people from the true serpent, true wolf.

  5. John Tom Ament
    February 26, 2019 at 7:05 am

    Thank you, Mr. Marcus. Short and to the truthful point. “No guts, no glory.”

  6. Stephenwv
    March 2, 2019 at 9:09 pm

    People are afraid to show their support for our President. The hate in America directed at those that do is appalling. I’m 69 years old and I proudly wear my Trump hat nearly every day. I get many compliments. I hope that my example will encourage others to show their support for President Trump with the courage that makes America great.

    • Heather
      March 6, 2019 at 11:40 am

      Stephenwv, Thank you. When I voted for John McCain (instead of Obama), I was quiet about it – afraid that people would call me a racist or worse. But, when Trump came along, I boldly vocalized my support for him – and, in front of my very liberal/leftist family. Now, they’ve called me a Nazi and other vile things not worth mentioning here. But, it’s worth the persecution because I am 100% confident that Donald Trump is a great president, if not the greatest, and that my confidence in Christ and His death/resurrection is secure.

  7. Janet Hall
    March 8, 2019 at 11:16 pm

    Well, I’m a female living in Florida. I have a trump t-shirt that says Trump 20/20 on it and I would love to wear it, but my son has asked me not to. Also I had a President Trump 2016 sticker for my car and my son asked me not to put it on because it’s just too dangerous. I could come out to four flat tires. What has this country become? I pray the Lord comes soon.

    • Daniel Carroll
      March 15, 2019 at 1:13 pm

      Ms. Hall,

      While I respect that you are potentially thinking of your son and safety, and of course depending on where you live in FL. Perhaps you should take this as an opportunity to teach your son what it means to be a man and stand up for what he believes in. I do not know his age, but in the future your child will be required to vote for the betterment of his and his family’s lives. If he cannot learn to stand for what he believes in while he is young he will never stand in the future.
      Safety first, but honestly as someone that lives in FL and travels from Tallahassee to Key West every month. I have never had a problem with anyone regarding my freedom of speech.

  8. Karen Smiley
    March 15, 2019 at 1:52 am

    Wonderful read. I agree with him. Proud of him.

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