A Vancouver, Washington, man said that his pickup truck was vandalized and set on fire after he left it in the parking lot of a bar, opting to take an Uber home instead.
What are the details?
Johnny McKay said that he was shocked to discover his truck — which featured two bumper stickers supporting the president — had been torched when he went to pick the vehicle up the next morning.
According to McKay, the bumper stickers read, "Trump 2020: Make Liberals Cry Again," and "Trump 2020: Keep America Great." McKay noted that he'd put the stickers on his vehicle as a tongue-in-cheek joke just a few days prior to it being destroyed.
The Washington man said that he believed he was a target of the anti-Trump agenda after he discovered his burned truck, complete with melted tires and sprayed with paint.
"[The] tires were melted [and] the windows were shattered," McKay told "Fox & Friends" in a Thursday interview.
McKay — who didn't vote in the 2016 presidential election because he felt that Hillary Clinton was a crook and Trump was just for rich people — said that the woman who had called in the truck fire said that the paint on the truck initially read "Fk Trump," but the fire had burned away some of the letters.
Note that the alleged vandals weren't deterred from setting a vehicle on fire, but were apparently afraid to use the F-word.
McKay said that he's hopeful that surveillance video will assist law enforcement in finding the culprits.
"The bar has surveillance video, and I believe a few other neighbors might have additional video footage," he explained.
At the time of this writing, McKay said that he will be voting in the 2020 presidential election, and plans to vote for Trump.
You can watch his interview with "Fox & Friends" in the video below.