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Newly elected legislator, who flipped off Trump, says she’s more than just a crude gesture

When Juli Briskman saw the president’s motorcade drive by two years ago while she was riding her bike, she was furious.”At that moment, I had lost all hope,” Briskman told NBC News on Wednesday, the day after winning election to the Loudon County Board of Supervisors in Virginia. “Things were going from bad to worse.”So she flipped off the presidential caravan. Her anger was captured by a photographer and the image went viral, costing her a job with a government contractor. But it also got her a new one, as an elected official.”I came to a realization that I can’t run against (President Donald Trump), but I can make change at the local level,” she said. “Every state matters, every vote counts. I put my head down and went to work.”So Briskman leaned in — to politics and fighting the Trump agenda at home. She signed up to be a poll worker in 2017 the day after she was fired, volunteered for Democrat Rep. Jennifer Wexton’s 2018 campaign, and went on to launch a campaign of her own.Let our
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