Woman Targeted by Texas Sheriff for 'F*** Trump' Truck Sticker Now Selling Them Online

The woman targeted by the Fort Bend County, Texas sheriff for her vulgar anti-Trump truck sticker is now selling her wares online.


According to Houston’s KHOU news stationKaren Fonseca and her kids are selling the stickers for $15 a piece — and they’re going fast.

“I never chose to be in the news at all,” Fonseca said. “Until [Sheriff] Troy Nehls made it public on his personal Facebook page.”

The report notes that the stickers were created by young members of the Fort Bend County Democrats who designed the decal who are now backlogged with orders for the notorious sticker.

“It’s turned into this bigger thing, everything is back ordered,” Ali Hasanali, a Fort Bend-area Democrat, told KHOU. “We can’t print enough, even if they want to buy now there’s going to be a delay because we have to print a lot more up.”

Hasanali praised Fonseca and said she has become “a rallying cry for anyone who cares about individual liberties.”

He added that Fort Bend County Democrats’ sticker sales will go towards voter registration drives that will help elderly voters get to the polls.

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