Critics of President Donald Trump are not always the brightest.
A 20-year-old anti-Trumper in Georgia is facing criminal charges after vandalizing a Donald Trump 2020 reelection sign.
But it wasn’t a witness or the surveillance video of the crime that led Cobb County police straight to Azaria Moore, it was her car which she left behind when it got stuck, according to WSB-TV.
“It really irritates me. I believe people should be able to protest, but not on my property, you know?” George Bentley, the owner of the sign displayed on his property overlooking North Marietta Parkway told WSB-TV’s Matt Johnson.
Bentley took precautions to protect his sign from vandals, including surrounding it with a barbed-wire fence. As a Trump supporter, he wanted to show his support for the president’s re-election campaign.
“It’s a free country, and we love America, and we’re happy with the guy that’s in there now,” Bentley said. “We want him to be elected again in 2020, and we wanted to give our support for him.”
But what the homeowner didn’t expect was what happened next, as security cameras captured the moment Moore drove her car through the barbed wire fence around 1:00 a.m. Monday, knocking over a brightly-colored cube before getting out of the car and spray-painting the Trump sign.
“That’s pretty strong for it to bother you something like this,” Bentley’s girlfriend, Dee Corson, said.
The couple discovered the vandalized sign when they woke up later in the morning. They also discovered Moore’s vehicle, apparently abandoned when she could not get it back through the fence.