Liberal cities across America have been allowing anarchists to paint graffiti on the streets. Some of the cities have even participated in the painting of them themselves.
You may remember seeing this was the case with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio who made sure to pose for some good photos in his photo-op of the "mural".
Redwood City is in the San Francisco Bay Area and they had a "mural" painted on a street there as well.
One President Trump supported had a brilliant idea which resulted in the city removing the Black Lives Matter graffiti from the road. How did she do it? By asking to paint MAGA 2020 on the street.
Redwood City resident Dan Pease received permission from city officials to paint “Black Lives Matter” on Broadway Street as part of a Fourth of July public art celebration, according to KPIX 5. City officials even supplied him with the yellow poster paint to make the mural.
“Because we were using the poster board paint that would eventually deteriorate over time, my understanding from them was that the mural would last as long as the paint lasted,” Pease explained, the outlet said.
Then, local real estate attorney Maria Rutenberg, who reasoned that the street was now a public forum, asked the city if she could paint her own “MAGA 2020” sign on the same street.
“I saw 'Black Lives Matter' sign appearing on Broadway Street on the asphalt and I figured that’s gonna be a new public space, open for discussion, and I wanted to get my message out, too,” Rutenburg said.
The city did not respond but promptly removed the Black Lives Matter mural, the news outlet said. They said the sign was a traffic hazard and might cause accidents.