Three Hispanic thugs tore down a Trump supporter’s lawn sign in Georgia on March 10th. When the homeowner confronted them and told them to put it back up, one of them pulled a gun on him. David Grant, 43, was outside at the time of the incident. When he saw the thugs (Alexander Moreno, Hector Ayala, and Mauricio Rodriguez) tearing up his sign, he went after them saying “you got one choice. Come and fix this sign!” Grant grabbed one of the thugs, and another (Moreno) pulled out a gun and said “you are about to get a cap popped in your a**!
Grant’s neighbor saw the thug pull the gun, and yelled to him “I got you, hang on.” The neighbor ran into his house, and came back out with a pistol telling the thugs, “Nobody is shooting him.”
The thugs shouted racist expletives in Spanish at the pair, and then ran off, but police caught up with them. They were charged with making terroristic threats, aggravated assault, possession of a firearm without a license, possession of a handgun under the age of 18, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, criminal trespass, and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.
Just think, if Obama had his way with our gun rights, all Americans would be at the mercy of these scum third-world terrorists. Thank God for neighbors with guns that look out for each other.
News Channel 9 reported
The Daily Mail also reported on the terrorist attack
Three men were arrested for aggravated assault and other charges after one of them pulled a Donald Trump for President campaign sign from the Georgia lawn.
The incident started on Tuesday when the campaign sign was destroyed and quickly escalated to the Dalton, Georgia, homeowner being threatened with a handgun, Dalton Police Department spokesperson Bruce Frazier said.
Mauricio Rodriguez, 18, pulled the sign from David Grant’s lawn in front of friends, 17-year-old Alexander Moreno and 20-year-old Hector Ayala, crumpled it up and threw it on the ground, Frazier said.
Grant, 43, was sitting outside at the time and saw incident occur, so he approached the men to ask them to fix the sign.
‘I went up to him,’ Grant told the Washington Post. ‘I said, “Put the sign up, fix it back”. He just refused, throwing out profanities, walking backwards. I seen he was getting away. I told him he wasn’t going nowhere until he fixed the sign.’
As the men tried to walk away, Grant grabbed Rodriguez by the lapels of his vest, according to News Channel 9.
But at that point, Moreno lifted up his shirt to reveal a handgun in a holster and removed the gun to point it at Grant, Frazier said.
‘He said “you are about to get a cap popped in your a**!” Then he started patting his stomach and then showed a handgun,’ Grant told WRCB of the incident.
A neighbor heard the commotion and called 911, but the men fled the scene on foot.
‘The neighbor was standing out here beside his driveway and sees the man pull the gun out,’ Grant added. ‘My neighbor looks at me dead in the eye and say: “I got you, hang on”.
He runs in the house and comes back out with his pistol and says: ‘Nobody is shooting him”.’
Grant said the men were ‘saying Spanish words’ when they fled the scene.
They were later located by police and taken into custody.
Moreno was charged with aggravated assault, possession of a firearm without a license, possession of a handgun under the age of 18, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony.
Rodriguez was charged with making terroristic threats, criminal trespass, and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.
Hector Ayala was charged with disorderly conduct.
Additionally, all three men were charged with violation of Georgia’s Criminal Street Gang Act.
Grant told the Washington Post that he is ‘not for the racism that everyone is saying Trump is about’.
‘I’m for what he’s believing in as far as the rights,’ Grant said, mentioning he’s not the only one in town with a Trump sign. ‘[Trump is] about getting into the White House to straighten things out.’
He added that he would not vote for any other Republican in the presidential race.
‘No! I wouldn’t even put any of them in there. If I can’t vote for him, I’m not voting for any of them. I’m actually just an independent,’ he said.
He told the Post that he believes Trump can win the election.
‘I think he will – I just think he will,’ Grant said. ‘I think everybody wants new eyes, new work in there. They don’t want politics, they want a businessman. They tried everything else. Why not try him?’