Trump Supporter Told He Has Too Many Signs on Lawn

How much free speech is too much? That’s what one Massachusetts man wants to know.

FOX’s Gary Baumgarten reports: 

To say Richard Early is a Donald Trump supporter would be an understatement. He has not one, not two, not even three Trump for President signs on his Haverhill, Mass. property, he has a dozen of them.

And now the city says he has to take them down because it’s against city ordinance to have so many, but he argues the order is politically motivated:

(Early) “They’ve been up since January, so now all of a sudden Trump’s getting a little momentum and now I’m out of ordinance.”

The ordinance says campaign signs can’t exceed a maximum of 32 square feet for each property. If you measure all of Early’s signs, it comes to some 200 square feet.

The city inspector says if Early doesn’t take them down, he could face fines of up to $300 a day.

Gary Baumgarten, FOX News.

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