A Somerville, Mass. Trump supporter had his truck and home vandalized (again) this past weekend.
Marty Tompkins has pro-Trump bumper stickers on his car, which may be making it a target for those that don’t respect private property.
FOX 25 Boston reports, while his car was parked in front of his home, vandals spray-painted the letters "BLM," the acronym for "Black Lives Matter," across the hood.
Thick red spray paint was used to cover up his stickers and paint hateful messages on his vehicle.
The front of the Tompkin's house was also vandalized with spray-paint, including a threat that reads "Trump is Next."
It’s not this first time this has happened to Tompkins.
The first incident regarding anti-Trump vandalism happened last month.
"He thinks he's having fun," Tompkins said. "First time I caught him, he was in the back of the truck and I called him a little girl and that’s why he came back. Second time he only broke the windshield and wrote on it with a magic marker and this time he came back for a paint job."
There are reports that this incident has been relayed to the United States Secret Service and is now considered a matter of national security given the threat made to the President.