A supporter of former President Donald Trump refuses to remove signs at his mother’s home criticizing President Biden, despite a judge’s order to do so.
“This is my First Amendment, and I’ll stick with it,” Andrea Dick, a Trump supporter in New Jersey, said to New York Times Tuesday.
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Dick, 54, was immediately criticized by some of her neighbors when she installed the signs earlier this year and was eventually cited and fined by local officials, who said the signs violated an anti -obscenity. Last week, Roselle Park City Court Judge Gary A. Bundy ordered Dick’s mother to remove three of the 10 banners or face a fine of $ 250 per day.
Dick says she won’t obey this order.
“I’m not backing down,” Dick said, adding that she is currently looking for a new lawyer to represent her.
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The signs, some of which contain vulgar language and a middle finger, were deemed offensive by the mayor of Roselle Park, Joseph Signorello III.
Signorello says he has received complaints and that the city’s decision to punish Dick was in no way about “politics” and that he would have a problem with similar signs criticizing Trump.
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“It’s a matter of decency,” Signorello said.
A GoFundMe account, which Dick posted on his Facebook page, was set up to raise money for his legal defense fund.
“Andrea is waging a costly battle to preserve her free speech rights, as well as yours,” the page reads.
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