Ask Americans what they think about Donald Trump and the responses would be as divisive as the Republican presidential candidate’s persona. When Julien Schuessler filmed himself knocking down a ‘Make America great again’ campaign board outside a Trump supporter’s house, his actions generated equally conflicting emotions.
While some called Julien their “favorite person ever” and “badass”, the authorities in Wilmington, North Carolina thought otherwise.
The Washington Post reported that the 20-year-old was facing multiple charges, including hit-and-run, reckless driving, and failing to maintain lane control.
20 yo Julian Schueesler charged after driving reckless & damaging campaign sign.
— Wilmington Police (@WilmingtonPD) March 17, 2016
But looking at his Facebook timeline it seems that he got off those charges.
The vandalism video titled ‘I love having a jeep sometimes’ has gone viral since posted on March 15, now has over 6.5 million views on Facebook and over a million shares so far.