A construction worker in Florida with alleged anti-government views stabbed and killed his boss with pro-Trump ideologies during an argument. He also left an American flag next to the body, deputies at the Orange County Sheriff’s Office said Tuesday.

Mason Toney, 28, was charged with first-degree murder Monday for killing William Knight, according to the arrest affidavit. The latter was attacked at the Florida Turnpike construction site in Metro Orlando.

Toney was friends with Knight despite their political difference, co-workers told investigators. While Knight always voiced his support for President Donald Trump, co-workers described Toney as “anti-government.” They said he has also was “very outspoken in his beliefs that the government is bad and out to get him," the arrest affidavit stated.

Knight had picked up Toney for work Monday and they were driving around different job sites prior to the argument, co-workers told police. Workers at the said site recalled hearing Knight screaming for help near an excavator. When they rushed to his rescue, they found Toney standing over Knight and stabbing him with a trowel.

The other workers said they tried to dissuade Toney by throwing items at him but he brandished what appeared to be a knife at them. Toney then fled the scene in a truck while calling the co-workers terrorists, according to the affidavit.

They also said to have found the flag’s packaging next to Knight’s body.

No attorney was said to have been assigned to Toney to defend him, according to court records. He was remanded at the Orange County Jail without any bail bond.