An Ohio man proudly boasted about abandoning a Trump supporter in need on Facebook in a post that went viral.

Troy Brown took a picture of a stranded vehicle in the snow and said, “I was going to help her but she has a #Trump sticker on her car 😂😂😂 #CallYoPresident” along with a video of himself driving by. He also shamelessly promoted his other social media accounts and tagged celebrities in an attempt to gain more attention.

And now the Black Lives Matter activist is selling apparel featuring #CallYoPresident and the picture of the car on the side of the road, according to Heat Street:

Brown, who posts extensively about political issues like Black Lives Matter, then tried to capitalize on his fleeting celebrity by advertising merchandise with the photo on.

He shared images of shirts and hoodies branded with the image, and promised that the gear would be “shipped before Christmas” to anybody who wanted to buy it.

Some of those who saw the post berated Brown for his lack of humanity, to which he responded with canned posts about refusing to help “Trump supporters, rapists, murderers, or those involved in trafficking.”

Brown doubled down and compared Trump supporters to murders when he told one reporter asking for information on the circumstances of the photo, “I don’t support Trump supporters, trafficking, or murderers. I believe in peace and harmony. Trump didn’t display that.”

He also commented the next day on his original Facebook post saying:

A list of people Trump voters can call for help:

1. Yo president
2. Exxon Mobil CEO
3. General Flynn’s son
4. The gunman at Comet pizza in D.C.

When someone’s in need you don’t check their politics first, you help. Trump hatred has reached dizzying new heights when someone refuses to be a good Samaritan to one of his supporters.

Maybe it’s Hillary’s supporters who should be called the deplorables!

What do you think? Would you stop to help someone who supported a different candidate from you on the side of the road? Tell us in the comments below!

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