Horror: Colorado woman had her car vandalised and swastika signs spray-painted on it.
Denver, Colorado — A transgender woman woke up to find her car vandalised with hate speech, a swastika as well as pro-Donald Trump message on Wednesday morning.
Amber Timmons posted photos of the hate speech spray-painted on her car Wednesday morning to Facebook, but has since been removed by Facebook without reason.
Her car has been brutally vandalised and spray painted all over with homophobic and transphobic slurs and pro-Donald Trump messages
The Denver Channel reports that there have been a slew of instances of vandalism involving hate speech across the country over the past week since the presidential elections. Swastikas and other forms of hate speech have been spray painted at schools and businesses across the country as thousands of others protest the election of Donald Trump.
By 11 a.m., Timmons posted that a police report had been taken and that her friends had come over and were cleaning the paint off – apparently with quite successfully, according to pictures she posted.
Timmons said police came out and took pictures, along with the report.
She said that Police interviewed the neighbours but nobody saw or heard anything.
Timmons also shared that she went back inside her home, and walked back out to find encouraging sticky notes reading, “You are loved,” and “I am deeply sorry…love and peace wins always!”
In an interview with Denver7, she said she assumes it was someone who knew her or at least about her. She added that she thinks the perpetrator might be someone emboldened by Trump’s election.
“Considering that it had ‘Trump’ all over my front hood, I think it’s directly related,” she said.
“Am I scared? Definitely,” Timmons added. “But if I have to change my lifestyle, it means hate wins, and hate doesn’t win. Love wins.”
Source: The Denver Channel / Facebook