‘Donald Trump hater hearing voices’ crashes car into store selling his merchandise

A man with an anti-Trump sticker on his vehicle drove into a New England for Trump Donald store in Easton, Massachusetts

A man with an anti-Trump sticker on his vehicle drove into a New England for Trump Donald store in Easton, Massachusetts (Pictures: Google Maps/Easton Police Department)

A man with an anti-Donald Trump bumper sticker apparently hearing ‘voices in his head’ rammed his car into a store selling memorabilia for the former president.

Sean Flaherty, 46, crashed his Volkswagen Jetta into the New England for Trump souvenir store in Easton, Massachusetts, shortly after 5pm on Thursday, according to police.

Surveillance footage of the incident posted on Facebook by the Easton Police Department showed pro-Trump shirts, hats and other souvenirs flying from the impact. The 1991 Nirvana song Smells Like Teen Spirit could be heard playing from the vehicle.

An employee of the store, Karla Kelley, said there was no argument that occurred prior that spurred the man to drive ‘off of the street and into the building’.

The man only said ‘the voices in his head told him to do it’, Kelley told FOX Business. There was an ‘anti-Trump sticker on his car’, she added.

A friend of Flaherty claimed that ‘it had nothing to do with Trump or any political anything’.

‘It was just an unfortunate coincidence,’ the unnamed friend told WCVB. ‘He wasn’t in the right sense of mind mentally. He’s been going through a lot over the past year.’

However, a Brockton Enterprise photographer tweeted images showing the rear of Flaherty’s 2015 Jetta with at least one anti-Trump statement. Alongside a picture of Trump’s face with a rectangular barcode resembling dictator Adolf Hitler’s mustache was a Voltaire quote: ‘Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.’

The store’s owner, Keith Lambert, was not present at the time of the crash …read more

Source:: Metro News

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