My parents immigrated from Cuba in the 1960s. They know what a dictator looks like. Trump and his supporters are authoritarian, completely offensive; they stand for what's completely contradictory to this country's ideals. — The woman who paid to fly a 'convict Trump' banner over Mar-a-Lago
My parents immigrated from Cuba in the 1960s. They know what a dictator looks like. Trump and his supporters are authoritarian, completely offensive; they stand for what's completely contradictory to this country's ideals. — The woman who paid to fly a 'convict Trump' banner over Mar-a-Lago
The woman who paid to fly a 'convict Trump' banner over Mar-a-Lago says she acted to stop a 'dictator'
  • A woman who paid for a series of critical Trump banners to fly over his Mar-a-Lago resort says she acted to stop a "dictator".
  • She told HuffPost: "When Trump started talking about a third term and then started a chant at a rally of '12 more years,' I thought: "That's it.""
  • Trump is currently living at the luxury Florida golf resort.
The woman in question spoke to HuffPost anonymously after paying for two aerial banners calling for Trump's conviction ahead of his impeachment trial in the Senate last week, where he was ultimately acquitted.

One sign which flew over Mar-a-Lago, read "Convict Trump and lock him up" while another flew over the Daytona International Speedway in Florida reading "GOP grow a spine and expel Trump."

"When Trump started talking about a third term and then started a chant at a rally of '12 more years,' I thought: "That's it. That's a dictator,'" the woman, whose identity was confirmed by the airline company which flew the banners, told HuffPost.

"My parents immigrated from Cuba in the 1960s. They know what a dictator looks like. Trump and his supporters are authoritarian, completely offensive; they stand for what's completely contradictory to this country's ideals."
Read the full article: https://www.businessinsider.com/woman-flew-convict-trump-banner-over-mar-a-lago-dictator-2021-2