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As Johnny Cash once sang, Americans can be “so proud of that ratty old flag.” An Australian TikToker traveling across the US felt the wrath of American patriotism after posting a video expressing her annoyance at the number of American flags flying across the country, but was forced to deactivate her accounts after confronting harsh criticism, including from the governor of Texas.
“I’m just going to say it… there are too many American flags,” Mia Chloe said in a video posted to TikTok of her as she walked through a suburban neighborhood in the Land of the Free. The TikToker claimed that the United States is the only country he’s been to that raises or bangs a flag at anything possible.
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“They are in the houses, they are in the cars… I saw them on the sofa cushions,” she says in the now-deleted video. Chloe revealed that she couldn’t even point to her national flag if she had to. “The only time I’ve seen an Australian flag was on the [Sydney] Harbor Bridge…I couldn’t tell you what it looks like,” she said. “I know it’s like blue and has some stars in it.”
But after having Old Glory constantly on her face since she came to the United States, she said, she could “draw the American flag from memory.” “It’s enough,” said the Australian in a general appeal to the Americans. “Let’s stay humble.” Chloe was bombarded with criticism for her thoughts on American patriotism, and she even received a stern message from Texas Governor Greg Abbott. “Go back to Australia,” the Lone Star state governor retweeted with the video, which has been reuploaded to various Twitter accounts since it was deleted by her Chloe.
Chloe deactivated her @meanderwithmedia TikTok page after it became clear that Americans didn’t like the Australian calling the nation proud and displaying her patriotism. The comments under Abbott’s retweet were in a frenzy over his lack of understanding why Americans were so proud of the Stars and Stripes.
“Too much America in America. I don’t get it,” commented one user, mocking the Australian. “Yes, we are proud to be an exceptional nation. As evidence, I present the fact that she, a hater, still spent time and money to visit. LOL,” one user commented. “If only she knew the meaning of that flag,” wrote another.
“Wait until she visits Texas and sees all our flags,” shared another, alluding to the pride Texans take in her state flag. The video even sparked a backlash from a user who claimed to be a fellow Australian. “As an Australian who just spent two weeks in Texas, I found the presence of the flags inspiring. I wish we had that kind of patriotism at home,” he commented @AussieOverLawd. “Unfortunately, these children have no pride or respect for their country (or others). And I have also seen a corresponding lack of courtesy and respect for others.”
This is not the first problem the Australian has had with the United States, according to Fox News. In a separate video, Chloe was captured complaining about how American supermarkets are “a trap” from inside a Walmart, according to the outlet. In another, she called Kansas an “unlivable” state.
“I am currently in Kansas,” the outlet reported Chloe as saying in a now-deleted video uploaded on Aug. 4. “Even though the sky is blue right now. Give it an hour and there will be a thunderstorm, there will be lightning. You’re going to get caught in a fucking hail shower.”Read More…….