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Hey, Phil Berger Has an Instagram

Posted by on Mon, Apr 25, 2016 at 3:28 PM

Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger is many things: a lover, a fighter, a winner, and one of the most respected politicians this state—nay, this country—has ever seen.

Yesterday, Senator Berger joined Instagram, and was immediately greeted by throngs of his supporters, all immensely grateful for both his leadership and the opportunity to finally show their gratitude to the great man in a public forum. 

Looking forward to the #NCGA legislative session convening on Monday.

A photo posted by Phil Berger (@senatorberger) on

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Instagram is owned by Facebook, whose founder has spoken out against HB 2. Delete your account, Phil.

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