Delaware man commits vehicular metaphor by driving through a Trump sign, but then police read into it.

Delaware man commits vehicular metaphor by driving through a Trump sign, but then police read into it.
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On Wednesday, one seemingly frustrated motorist drove off the road to purposely smush a Donald Trump campaign sign with his truck. 20-year-old Julien Thomas Schuessler posted the video to Facebook with the title “I love having a jeep (sic) sometimes.”

Watch the video and do try to appreciate the intrinsic metaphor.

Naturally, netizens loved the video of the Delaware native plowing through the Trump sign. As one person summed up in a comment on the post, "You're literally my favorite person ever.” 

Schuessler’s video went viral, garnering over five million views since he first posted it on Facebook. Of course, the downside of creating a viral video of yourself vandalizing property is that the authorities may find you and make you you pay.

The Wilmington Police initially tweeted that they were investigating the crash and then charged Shuessler for reckless driving. Well, there goes the people's champ.

Cops use the Internet too, shocking.

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The young man told WCET that the incident was well worth it. “I did what I felt was morally right." He added: “Spread love, not hate.”

This is the exact kind of thing Scumbag Steve would probably love.

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