(PORTLAND PRESS HERALD) Betta Stothart is not proud of stealing Donald Trump’s signs, and doesn’t plan on doing it again.
But the Falmouth resident says seeing so many of the Republican presidential candidate’s signs lining Route 1, in her hometown, made her angry. Not just about Trump and things he’s said about women, but about our divisive political climate.
“It felt to me like there was a small group of people really trying to impose their political ideology on the community. It felt like an affront, and a little disrespectful, to have so many there,” Stothart, 52, said of the hundred or more signs. “The day after (stealing the signs) I was still fuming, and I decided I had to write something.”
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