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Gene Stilp sits atop his anti-Donald Trump display. (Mike Opelka/TheBlaze)

As Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and his running mage, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, addressed a packed hotel ballroom in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, Gene Stilp, a trial lawyer and Hillary Clinton voter from Harrisburg, sat across the street with a very large, "special message" for the GOP candidate — a gigantic, nearly 20-foot long screw mounted on the roof of a pickup truck and emblazoned with the words "Screw Trump."

Despite the recent news of the FBI's ongoing investigation into Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and her private email server, Stilp did tell TheBlaze he would be supporting "the Democratic candidate," though he never mentioned Clinton by name.

In in interview with TheBlaze, Stilp, who created the display, discussed his motivation for being outside the GOP campaign event: "Right now, the most important thing is to not let Donald Trump in the White House."

What is it about Donald Trump that bothers him?

"I think Donald Trump is a racist, bigoted, misogynist person," he said, adding, "He's a bully, I think he doesn't treat veterans well at all. He disrespects veterans, he disrespects the handicapped. So, I don't think he should be elected."

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