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Danielle Burrows, president of the Irving PTO, used a power sprayer to clean off the paint stains after vandals attacked Indianola with spray paint sometime after dark Saturday or Sunday morning, Indianola police said. 

Members of Warren County Indivisible had raised more than $200 Sunday night for information about vandalism that happened at a number of locations around Indianola sometime Saturday night or early Sunday morning.

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Bohlken1

It is good to see that Indivisible Warren County and, apparently, the local Black Lives Matter organization reject the vandalism of spray painting "Black Lives Matter " and "Stop Trump". They must be separate from the Black Lives Matter New York chapter head who declared they would burn society down if their demands are not met. https://www.dailywire.com/news/black-lives-matter-leader-if-this-country-doesnt-give-us-what-we-want-then-we-will-burn-down-the-system And also separate from the BLM protesters who celebrated the death of a Trump supporter in Portland. https://nypost.com/2020/08/30/blm-activists-celebrated-as-trump-supporter-killed-devine/?ocid=uxbndlbing Such actions may be why the Des Moines organization has changed their name to Black Liberation Movement.

Perhaps those who tore down Republican campaign signs in the past, including a Trump sign I posted in 2016, have extended their criminal activity to a new form of communication.

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