Custom made signs urging voters to support Donald Trump for President were vandalized and then stolen last week from the Yorktowne Center shopping plaza in Manalapan, according to Michael Dalton, the owner of the plaza.
Dalton said he installed two signs, one 4×6 and one 4×8 on his property encouraging visitors and drivers passing the plaza to forgive the GOP presidential nominee for his vulgar language and to disregard media reports that denigrate the candidate and suggest that he is losing the election.
“Don’t believe the media they are BAD,” the signs declared.
Dalton said the 4 x 6 sign was torn down last Wednesday and the 4 x 8 sign was ripped on Friday. By Saturday the 4 x 8 sign was gone. Diamond reported the theft and the vandalism to the Manalapan Police Department. He said that Captain Thomas Barstow is investigating.
Dalton told MMM that he believes his signs were destroyed “by vicious Democrats who didn’t want the signs up.”
Dalton said that he is replacing the 4×8 sign with a new sign made of stainless steel that will be difficult for a vicious Democrat to remove. The new signs will not ask voters to forgive Trump, but it will condemn the BAD media.
Dalton said he is removing the lawn signs that promote Democrat candidates which were placed on his property without permission, but that he had been tolerating.