Brotherly Hate: Trump Supporter's Car Vandalized, 2020 Campaign Manager Calls on Dem. Leaders to Condemn

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Posted: Aug 04, 2018 8:27 PM
Brotherly Hate: Trump Supporter's Car Vandalized, 2020 Campaign Manager Calls on Dem. Leaders to Condemn

Scott Presler is an avid supporter of President Donald J. Trump. The man known as #ThePersistance on Twitter can often be seen around the country waving signs, touting the president's success, and talking to virtually anybody he can about the movement to make America great again. But, today, while  in Philadelphia for a rally supporting the police, Presler returned to his car nearly completely destroyed.

Presler was attending the ACT for America rally to show support for police in the city of brotherly love as well as across America. But, he noticed some was awry when he got to his car. His tired were completely deflated. Likewise, there were various dents, smashed mirrors, and scratches all over the body of the car. Presler's car has a Trump bumper sticker on it and seems to have been targeted due to support for the president. Nothing was stolen, which only furthers this suspicion. 

The man was understandably taken aback and tweeted at Philadelphia's mayor asking how these actions inspire anybody to move to his "anti-police sanctuary city." 

This caught the attention of Brad Parscale, President Trump's 2020 campaign manager. Parscale labeled it a "sign of weakness from the left." Parscale also questioned whether Democratic leaders will voice their concern and standup against this needless destruction and hate.

This vandalism occurs as rhetoric from folks like Rep. Maxine Waters call for Americans to harass and target Trump officials in public.