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    • The 52-year-old worker was trying to remove the Trump 2020 sign that was in violation of a city ordinance that requires them to be 33 feet from the road
    • When he reached to grab the sign, three of his fingers were sliced by razorblades
    • Images show the razorblades fastened along the bottom of the campaign sign 

    A Michigan city worker was injured by a Trump 2020 political sign that had razorblades fastened along the bottom of it. 

    According to Fox News, the 52-year-old Commerce Township building inspector was removing the campaign signs along a roadway. 

    The signs were in violation of the town’s ordinance that requires them to be 33 feet from the road.  

    A Michigan worker was injured by a Trump 2020 political sign that had razorblades fastened along the bottom of it

    Deputies from the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office said the victim reached down to grab one sign when three of his fingers were sliced by the razorblades. 

    The razorblades had been secured on the bottom of the sign and injured the victim so bad he had to have 13 stitches.   

    The boobytrapped sign in question was one in support of President Donald Trump.  

    ‘Promises Made, Promises Kept,’ the Trump 2020 sign reads. 

    According to Fox News, the homeowner claimed that their signs had been stolen from their yard. But the signs had been placed back in the yard while the family was out of town.  

    The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office said they are investigating the incident.   

    The razorblades had been secured on the bottom of the sign and injured the victim so bad he had to have 13 stitches. The Oakland County Sheriff's Office said they are investigating the incident

    The razorblades had been secured on the bottom of the sign and injured the victim so bad he had to have 13 stitches. The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office said they are investigating the incident

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