The gigantic Trump sign in the hills of California has been taken down by city workers.
The sign was set up right on the 405 freeway and received immediate attention before it was taken down.
I bet if the sign said BLM it would’ve received praise and stayed up.
Supporters of President Trump erected a giant 10-foot Hollywood-like sign along Interstate 405 in Los Angeles on Tuesday, only for it to be torn down by a city crew within hours. https://t.co/X5EDct0z6i
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) October 6, 2020
City of LA – which can’t put up a stop sign in under 3 years – took this down within hours. Had it said BLM it would’ve received immediate protected monument status https://t.co/nrOX4oqoIn
— Rob Schmitt (@SchmittNYC) October 6, 2020
It’s such a shame it was taken down after a day.
It was such a creative sign that took a lot of hard work to make.
CBS Los Angeles had these details to contribute:
Commuters on the 405 Freeway were greeted with a surprise Tuesday morning – large letters spelling out “TRUMP” in the style of the Hollywood Sign. The letters went up sometime overnight between Monday night and Tuesday morning on a hillside along the northbound 405 Freeway in the Sepulveda Pass.
Workers were on the scene to take down the unauthorized installation by 9 a.m., but not before a few commuters saw it as they zoomed by on the freeway.
It’s truly refreshing to see Conservative street art make an appearance in California.
Sadly if the city workers didn’t take it down it was going to receive vandalism being California runs rampant with liberals.
NBC News Los Angeles commented on the story too:
A large “Trump” sign erected overnight on a hillside near the 405 Freeway in the Sepulveda Pass was taken down by authorities Tuesday.
The sign — consisting of white capital letters similar to the “Hollywood” sign — was taken down by Caltrans workers by about 9 a.m.
It was not known who put the sign in place. Neither the Los Angeles Police Department nor the California Highway Patrol had any information about the sign when reached by City News Service.