The owner of the vehicle insists that it was a targeted attack
A truck which sported ‘Trump 2020’ stickers on its bumper has been torched by angry liberals in Washington state, according to the owner.
The vehicle was touched to a cinder before the word ‘Trump’ was spray painted in the burnt-out wreckage.
The owner of the vehicle insists that it was a targeted attack, speculating that the two pro-Trump stickers may have triggered the anti-Trump vandals.
According to the DM: Johnny MacKay’s truck parked outside Garage Bar and Grille in Vancouver, Washington state. The word ‘Trump’ was spray-painted along the right-hand side in large white letters.
‘All of a sudden I saw the tires were melted, the windows were shattered, and I was just in shock,’ Johnny MacKay told KOIN-TV, a Oregon-based station.
‘If you say anything that someone doesn’t like, you are ultimately a target.
‘You’re automatically the enemy and they have to hurt you.’
MacKay said he went for a few drinks in the Garage Bar and Grille, so decided to leave the truck in its parking lot overnight on Sunday while he took a taxi home.
He said he left the vehicle under a light, hoping to discourage anyone from potentially breaking in.
When he returned to the bar on Monday morning, however, the fire had almost completely gutted the truck.
MacKay’s vehicle had two stickers on its bumper endorsing the president, including one that said: ‘TRUMP 2020’.
‘I literally just put them on this weekend,’ MacKay told the station.