WATCH A Moronic Trumpkin Try (And Fail) To Light Her NFL Gear On Fire

If there’s one thing that seems to be universal about those who support President Trump, it’s that they aren’t exactly the sharpest knives in the drawer.

For evidence of this, consider the woman you see in the video below. She posted a video on YouTube saying she was angry that the Pittsburgh Steelers and head coach Mike Tomlin didn’t come out of the locker room for the national anthem on Sunday:

“For as long as I can remember, I have been a Steelers fan, but I have been an American longer than that. Coach Tomlin, I read what you said, and the fact that you said people shouldn’t have to make a choice. What’s the choice between standing for stupidity and standing for our American flag?”

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Clearly agitated, the woman goes on to say:

“From now on, I’m done with the Steelers. I stood for you guys, I fought for you guys, I even argued for you guys — living in Maryland! And this is what I get in return?”

Her solution? She rips off her Steelers T-shirt and announces:

“Go to hell, all of you. The only flag that is going to fly in my house anymore is the United States flag.”

One tiny problem: The poor little Trumpkin cannot seem to get the shirt to ignite. She places it on the ground and continues to try. But she repeatedly fails.

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In one final act of defiance, the woman declares:

“Go to hell, Steelers, go to hell, NFL. Piss off.”

How pathetic can one person be? Watch for yourself and see:

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