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Man Shows Support for Trump Using Hay Bales After Vandals Cut Down His Signs

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A stack of hay bales was used by Adrian Powell of Red Boiling Springs to show support after vandals cut down several pro-Trump signs that he purchased.

WSMV reported that Powell has a cattle farm on Highway 52 that is catching the attention of residents and visitors who pass by.

“As you enter the city limits you have a Biden sign up and my family is Republicans, we support Donald Trump and we wanted to do something,” commented Powell.

According to Fox News, Powell painted an American-flag themed mural over a stack of bales. It also had President Trump’s trademark golden hairdo and red tie and the phrase, “Trump 2020.”

For the last two weeks, Powell had Trump flags at the front of his farm. However, they were vandalized on Saturday when teenagers cut them down the middle. WSMV reported that Powell had coincidentally already painted another tribute using hay bales.

“A lot of people ask me, are you sure you did not use a stencil? I said I free handed it, the good lord must have been with me to make it happen,” said Powell.

“I’ve had a lot of people call and say they’d be willing to donate to help pay for a lot of signs to be put up on the property and I don’t want to do that. I think I’ve got my word out,” he added.

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Powell’s neighbors next to the farm were impressed even though they had a large Biden sign.

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