California Farmer Builds Trump Shipping Container Display After Arsonists Burned His Hay Bale Trump Displays Twice


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Try burning this, leftists!

A California farmer built a pro-Trump display out of shipping containers on his land.

Why?

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He made pro-Trump hay bale displays that were burned down by arsonists.

Twice.

Now, he stacked metal shipping containers above each other to show off his support for the 45th President.

See some incredible photos of this display — IN CALIFORNIA — below!

Over the last few weeks, we've seen multiple instances of Trump supporters being attacked.

We've even seen reports of pro-Trump signs being stolen.

Some crazy leftists have even attempted to PEE on Trump signs... with humiliating aftermath.

And yes, they've even attempted to burn Trump signs.

Well...

This California farmer is no longer having any more of it.

Local 12 News confirms the impressive display:

Arsonists have forced a California farmer to get creative with his display supporting President Donald Trump and Congressman Devin Nunes.

Farmer Jon Dolieslager originally created the display using stacks of hay at the corner of Avenue 384 and Road 80 in Dinuba.

On Sept. 29, the Tulare County Sheriff's Office says the hay was set on fire by arsonists.

The display was burnt to the ground, costing Dolieslager around $5,000 since the hay wasn't insured.

A few days later, Dolieslager rebuilt the display, using more hay and signs this time. The display was set on fire for a second time on Saturday, Oct. 11.

The sheriff's office says it found evidence that indicates this fire was started on purpose.

Dolieslager says the fire isn't discouraging him from showing his support for Trump and Representative Nunes.

"We're just gonna keep on going," he said. "We want to get our candidates to finish line."

He rebuilt the display [...] on Monday, using steel shipping containers this time.

We don't know about you...

But these shipping containers look very sturdy to us.

These will be very hard to destroy!

Below are just a few examples of Trump signs that have been destroyed by leftists.

Will the leftists attempt to vandalize the farmer's property yet again?

Visalia Times Delta has a few more details on this story:

Tulare County farmers are refusing to back down after displays showing Devin Nunes and Donald Trump signs were razed for the second time in as many weeks.

On the ashes of the hay bales valued at more than $5,000, local growers placed industrial shipping containers with new signs supporting their favored Republican candidates. The new display stretches 80-feet wide and stands 18-feet tall at the Tulare County Stockyard, near Dinuba.

"There's no dollar amount you can put on what we're doing to keep it alive," stockyard owner Jon Dolieslager said. "We're not gonna let (the arsonists) instill fear in this neighborhood."

Dolieslager said he was disappointed after his hay bale display was burned the second time, but an "outpouring of community support" encouraged him to replace the exhibit with a more fire-proof option.

Jimi Valov, a Tulare pistachio farmer who helped bring Trump to the town in 2016, supplied the shipping containers, normally used to transport nuts overseas.

"I said, 'Jon, you've got the wrong material out there.' He needed something that wouldn't burn up as easy, so within 40 hours we had the containers and new signs up," Valov said.

The neighborhood also put lights up at the corner of Avenue 384 and Road 80 to discourage vandals from striking again, Valov said. As a farmer, he says he's used to overcoming obstacles and challenges.

"All my life I've been a farmer, so it's in my blood. We've had a lot of ups and downs, but we persevere," he said.

Dolieslager originally placed the political signs on a haystack that burned down on Sept. 29 in a blaze that the Tulare County Sheriff's Office determined was arson.

A second, larger haystack replaced the original display with more signs and was torched again five days later on Oct. 10, putting the cattle auctioneer out for a total of $10,000 in animal feed.

"Someone must be really upset," Dolieslager said of the arsonist. "There's no reason on either side for there to be violence."

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We all know that California is an extremely blue state.

If Trump supporters in deep-blue California are this fired up...

We can't wait to see what happens on election day!

The Silent Majority will speak louder and stronger than ever before!



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