HOUSTON – A Fort Bend County woman who drew controversy and the attention of law enforcement with her expletive-laced anti-Donald Trump sticker is reportedly considering legal action.
Karen Fonseca’s pickup truck bore a decal which read, “F*** TRUMP,” prompting Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls last week to take to Facebook and remark how the sticker lambasting the 45th President was a form of disorderly conduct.
The motorist was later arrested on an unrelated matter. Upon her release, she plastered an expletive sticker directed at Nehls on her vehicle.
A press conference was held on Nov. 20 in front of the Fort Bend County Justice Center where Fonseca and her family decried the 46-year-old wife and mother’s ordeal.
According to Fonseca, ““No matter what race, religion, or belief you may have, we are all equal. Not any one of us is any better than anyone else. Everyone’s voice should be heard. And I’m just one person,”
She implied that Pres. Trump was setting a poor example “for the next generation of presidents.”
Nehls, meanwhile, purportedly expressed disgust towards Fonseca’s new decal.