Trump Supporter FORCED To Remove Pro-Trump Sign From Florida Property

In yet another disgusting example of anti-Trump bias, county officials in Lake County, Florida, have ordered a 72-year-old woman to remove her “Toot for Trump” sign from the property she owns.
Elaine Simmons has displayed her pro-Trump sign for over a year with no problems, and has received thousands of “honks” from motorists who’ve seen the sign and honked their horn to support our president.
Sadly, after adding a message to her sign in support of the national anthem, Simmons was suddenly informed that she was in violation of county codes.
“Proud to be an American. We stand for the national anthem,” read Simmons’ addition, but that simple statement was enough to cause the triggered left to force the old woman to remove her sign.
Simmons says that vandals have targeted her sign previously, and describes the county’s decision as “really, really sad.”
From Fox News
A Florida woman who had a pro-Donald Trump sign standing on her property for more than a year, was ordered to remove the sign after it was changed to say she stands for The Star-Spangled Banner.
Elaine Simmons, 72, of Lake County, told Fox News that she didn’t receive any complaints about the sign — which said “Toot for Trump” — until about a month ago, when she edited the message to say: “Proud to be an American. We stand for the national anthem.”
“To me, if you can’t stand for the national anthem and represent the flag for which your veterans have given you freedom, then you need to buy a one-way ticket to somewhere,” Simmons told Fox 35 Orlando.
Simmons said that after she posted a photo of her sign on Facebook, the county received a complaint and issued her a code violation notice.
“No one complained about it until after I put up… that ‘we stand for the national anthem,'” said Simmons.
Simmons added she didn’t realize that her sign violated county codes.
Days later, Simmons’ sign was vandalized with vulgar words that Trump used on a 2005 hot mic recording.
Although she cleaned up the sign, Simmons said that at the end of the day, she still received a code violation and is therefore taking the sign down.
Simmons referred to the ordeal as a “live and learn moment,” but told Fox 35 that the fact she had to remove her sign is “really, really sad.”
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