Being violent is never something to be proud of, but one Trump supporter from Florida seemed proud that he would commit battery for the President.
According to WESH Florida, Tony Vullo from DeBary recently attacked his neighbor for putting up a Joe Biden yard sign in such a way that, he claimed, blocked the view of his Donald Trump yard sign.
'I went to jail for Mr. Trump': Fight over campaign signs leads to arrest in DeBary youtu.be
According to Vullo, he tore out his neighbors Biden sign and threw it across the yard.
When the neighbor confronted him, the a conflict began that culminated in Vullo punching the Biden supporter.
@jjsmokkieBOY57 Wow. That should get him a spot to speak at the RNC.— Scotty D (@Scotty D)1597946547.0
A neighbor was watching the entire incident and called the Volusia County Sheriff's Office as soon as the fight escalated.
Sheriffs arrived shortly thereafter to charge Vullo with battery and arrest him.
@jjsmokkieBOY57 He got arrested? That means He's Trump cabinet worthy.. https://t.co/Tmfe9khbob— Ronnie (@Ronnie)1597951171.0
On one hand, Vullo seemed proud of how far he would go for President Trump, saying:
"Yeah, I went to jail for Mr. Trump, for our president."
@jjsmokkieBOY57 Hay jerk you should not have put yourself in this position. Karma!— Charles Sauerstein (@Charles Sauerstein)1597962292.0
On the other hand, Vullo did say he was sorry for ripping his neighbor's Biden sign out of the ground.
"I think it was unfortunate and I was wrong to throw the sign. There's not going to be any problem with us."
Is Donnie Promising to pay for HIS lawyer? https://t.co/qS08wBdf8f— Allan Margolin (@Allan Margolin)1597968955.0
Most people on Twitter thought that going to jail for any politician, let alone President Trump, seemed like a bad idea.
Anyone who flushes their life down the toilet for Trump gets no sympathy from me. https://t.co/Z68F6VsUpy— Sean #BlackLivesMatter (@Sean #BlackLivesMatter)1597948301.0
Just one of many, I think it's safe to say. https://t.co/12XuUlzAdG— Robin Hendrick (@Robin Hendrick)1597947268.0
Any candidate who inspires violence should go out of their way to condemn it, but most people don't expect Donald Trump to do that any time soon.
In fact, Trump has offered to pay the legal debts for people who have committed similar crimes in the past.
@karenhunter @claycane @DrewMcCaskill @AfroStateOfMind More of these instances will happen as we get closer to No… https://t.co/Sywow1oiaP— JB (@JB)1597950788.0
#Trump moron brags he went to jail for defending the "honor" of Cheater-in-Chief Chump. Seriously?… https://t.co/YAkGfhqhPB— Rich Figel (@Rich Figel)1597975429.0
@RawStory He wouldn’t go to jail for you!— Jon Gillespie (@Jon Gillespie)1597944873.0
It seems unlikely that President Trump would go to jail for anyone, let alone a random supporter.
@RawStory Somehow not surprised that he associates his president's approval with assault.— Weighmaster (@Weighmaster)1597945199.0
@RawStory If I was the neighbor, I’d put 600 Biden signs in my yard now— Neil Before Zod (@Neil Before Zod)1597944917.0
Violence is never the answer, especially when it comes to disputes regarding law signs.