Trump-Backed Candidate Reveals He Thinks ‘Banana Republic’ Refers to the Store

Bo Hines, a Trump-endorsed Republican congressional candidate made a cringeworthy gaffe, misusing the popular political expression “banana republic.”

Hines is the former football player who was endorsed by former President Donald Trump running as the Republican nominee in North Carolina 13th district

Bo Hines is now a viral sensation thanks to an appearance on the John Fredericks Radio Show.

JOHN FREDERICKS: “You get the Congress, is it going to be real? Are we actually going to be willing to defund IRS, FBI and things of that nature?”

BO HINES: “I mean, we have to. I mean, we’re at a point in our country now where we have a unregulated fourth branch of government that’s targeting middle class Americans on a daily basis. I mean, it’s unbelievable, what we’re seeing. A lot of people have likened the situation that’s going on right now is, you know, they say we’re in a Banana Republic. I think that’s an insult to Banana Republics across the country. I mean, at least the manager of Banana Republic, unlike our president, knows where he is and why he’s there and what he’s doing.”


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