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Michael Liotta got tired of his Donald Trump campaign yard signs getting stolen not once, but twice, so he tried something different.
The third time? The Walpole, Massachusetts, man pinned his sign to a tree, 11 feet off the ground.
A thief still managed to steal the sign, but this time he (or she) did something different. When the 67-year-old looked the next day, he found a note from “S” that read:
“You see, it would appear that you thought that you were outsmarting me when you put the sign on the tree. This is clearly false, because there is no way that a trump (sic) supporter can outsmart anyone. People of your kind are in fact the most dimwitted, low-level simpletons that any well-developed nation has to offer.”
— Christine McCarthy (@ChristineMNews) August 19, 2016
Your move, sir.
How about a sign 20 feet off the ground this time?
“This is becoming a duel of sorts,” Liotta told WFXT. “He’s going to outsmart me. Well, I’m tired of it. I’m not putting up with it. I don’t understand it, but it makes me sick that there are people that would do this.”
“It’s my property,” Liotta said. “If I want to put up a sign … it’s my business. It’s freedom of speech.”
Police are still searching for the thief.
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