Biden-Harris sign shot at six times outside Pennsylvania home

The sign in support of the Democratic running mates was vandalized

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A  Pennsylvania man’s sign showing support for Presidential candidate Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris was shot at six times over the weekend.

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“I was shocked and astonished because I didn’t think anyone in my area would be this way. Then it turned to anger,” Erin Blaisure said to Eyewitness News 3.

He told the publication that there is a myriad of signs for Trump on the road that he lives on, but his sign is one of the few supporting Biden and Harris.

“There’s people with Trump signs up and down this dirt road. I’m the only one that has a Biden [sign]. I should be able to have and vote for any political sign on my property,” said Blaisure.

He says he didn’t see who fired the shots but they were very close to the area his horses graze in. He said he was worried because the commotion could have scared the horses causing them to break the gate and try to escape.

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Jaimee Shapira (L) and Araceli Mohn, both of Nevada, hold Biden-Harris campaign signs as they watch from a vehicle sunroof during a voter mobilization drive-in event at UNLV with Democratic U.S. Vice Presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) on October 2, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Harris is campaigning ahead of the October 7 debate against U.S. Vice President Mike Pence in Salt Lake City, Utah. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

The horses were not injured and state troopers say because they didn’t find any bullet casings so it will be harder to track down a suspect. Blaisure says he has a feeling about who the culprit is.

“I live in a small town, and I live a mile down a dirt road, so, to me, it has to be someone who lives around here,” said Blaisure.

As troopers continue to investigate, Blaisure says his sign will remain out front.

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The vandalism of political signs has become a common practice lately. In Havertown, Pennsylvania a man claims young people have been defacing his sign in support of Trump. And in Cincinnati, signs supporting Joe Biden were set on fire.

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