Liberals Call Cops On Veteran’s “Muslim Free Zone” Sign, Cops Have PERFECT Response

Liberals Call Cops On Veteran’s “Muslim Free Zone” Sign, Cops Have PERFECT Response

A Vermont man, Troy Maxham is a proud veteran who served in the Army fighting for our constitutional rights and freedoms. Maxham decided to exercise one of those rights he fought for – his First Amendment right of free speech.

The Roxbury resident put an anti-Muslim sign on his home because he doesn’t trust Muslims. Maxham, a self-described supporter of President-elect Donald Trump, used the term “towelheads” when talking about Muslims saying that they shouldn’t be allowed to take over the country, Times Argus reports.

Maxim declared that his property was a “Muslim Free Zone!”

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Of course, liberals were extremely offended by the sign and called the police.

Local officials told them that there was nothing they could do about the sign because it’s considered free speech protected by the First Amendment, and it was on his private property.

So naturally, they took matters into their own hands, they trespassed onto his property and stole his sign.

Maxham responded in an epic way. He put up another larger sign and this time he screwed it to the wall!

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When told that his sign could be seen by some as offensive, Maxham said he didn’t care saying, “If they don’t like it, they can kiss my American ass,” he said.

Maxham wrote on his Facebook page, “Hey everyone I stand by my sign, The Muslims come here and tell us to change everything for them. NEVER I will defend my constitution against ALL who try to take any rights I have…. I’m a PROUD VETERAN and always will be…”

Amen to that!

H/T Americas Freedom Fighters

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