A digital billboard sign at a shopping center in Indiana definitely turned heads the day it ran flashing images of President Obama with a Hitler-like mustache.
The billboard advertisement calling for Obama’s impeachment was featured on a sign for the Cornerstone Plaza in Kendallville.
The ad was seemingly paid for by the “LaRouchePac,” which is run by the controversial activist and former presidential candidate Lyndon LaRouche.
According to the Associated Press, the ad ran for one day before it was removed.
A video of the sign was posted on YouTube by “68Truthseeker,” who wrote the following description:
A video billboard in the Cornerstone Plaza sign located on U.S. 6 in Kendallville, Ind. showed the images. The sign was made possible by the LaRouchePac. Group members said, “it is there to stir the pot and let people know that there’s a political fight that’s going on, that’s going on in D.C. and extends out to all regions of the country.”
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