A teen was kicked out of a Trump rally in Billings, Montana. After kicked out, the Bernie supporter claims the overly-dramatic reactions were not meant to mock the president, but they were how he reacted "naturally" to what President Trump was saying.
In a video that has gone viral, the man in a plaid shirt is shown making some puzzled faces at the camera and mouthing his disagreement with Trump. At one point a Trump staffer approaches him and gets him out of the shot and out of the rally.
Moments later another Trump staffer appears and has two more guests leave.
The man in the plaid shirt, Tyler Linfesty, has since came forward and told KTVQ that his reaction to the Trump speech was natural.
Per Daily Mail:
'When I heard the policies, I disagreed with most of them,' Linfesty said. 'I knew what faces I was making, but those faces were completely genuine. I was not trying to make those faces, those were just faces that came out when I heard what he was saying. Some stuff I agreed with, some stuff I disagreed with. When I disagreed, it was pretty apparent.'
At one point during the rally, Linfesty mouths 'What when Trump discussed defeating Hillary Clinton in 2016. The teen also chuckled when the president boasted about ‘knocking the hell out of the terrorists’.
Linfesty seemed puzzled when Trump made the claim that the country was thriving. The teen was also seen mouthing 'for the rich' when Trump spoke about his tax bill.
Yeah, the reactions he made were a conscious decision. No one just involuntarily makes those kinds of reactions to saying. They happened "naturally"? What does that even mean?