A Boston-area man filled his lawn with Trump signs. In Liberal Massachusetts, officials didn’t like it. But they didn’t expect this response.
On Saturday morning in Haverhill horns were blaring and engines were reviving as residents rallied behind homeowner Rick Early who has put up more Donald Trump signs than the city allows, but Early along with many of his friends are standing ground.
“It’s just a show of support a lot of people want to support what we are doing and don’t like what the city is doing,” home owner, Ricky Early said.
The signs had been up since January. Only now are officials giving him problems.
And people are responding with support:
Early put up the signs in January and he hasn’t encountered any problems. Saturday, he experienced both support and disdain.
“I am not decided yet but he’s been pushed around but I think its free speech. I am not here for Trump but I am here in support of his signs,” neighbor Paul Fitzmeyer said. Early says no matter the reaction he receives he will stand his ground for his candidate.
“Trump speaks to the average voter. He’s not your average politician he’s a business man and I think that’s what we need in the White House,” Early said. Early says he has not faced any fines yet, but if he does he says he will take legal action.
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It takes a lot of courage to be a Trump supporter.
Fortunately, other Trump supporters are ready to help!