A Minnesota business owner says he is keen to fork out a great or even “go to jail” around a 50-by-30-foot “Trump 2020” flag he has on his assets that city officers say is violating a local ordinance.

“It seems to be little mainly because it is 150 feet in the air, but it’s a really big flag,” Jay Johnson, who is traveling the Trump flag on prime of a crane at his development business enterprise in Buffalo, Minnesota, close to Minneapolis, stated, in accordance to WCCO-Television in Minneapolis.

Johnson mentioned he took down the flag shortly right after the November election but made the decision to place it up once again lately. He claimed before long afterward, a several of his building vehicles’ home windows had been shot out, which the law enforcement are investigating.

A retail outlet that sells Trump items in the same town also reportedly had its home windows shot out on the identical evening but no 1 has been arrested.

City officials in Buffalo say Johnson has also operate afoul of the law since a flag as large as his will have to be licensed, in accordance to WCCO. The metropolis has reportedly gotten about 100 official comments over the flag – fifty percent good, 50 % damaging.

TRUMP, OTHER Likely 2024 CONTENDERS, Accumulating A Significant RETREAT

“It does not definitely hassle me a great deal, it is just unusual viewing it up once again,” neighbor Patrick Cayanan mentioned, in accordance to the station. “Like, are they campaigning all over again for 2024?”

But none of it has deterred Johnson, who mentioned he’ll just shift the flag if he’s requested to acquire it down – or even fly a larger flag.

“I am organized to get the fines, in the long run get cuffed, go to jail, regardless of what,” Johnson said. He added that the flag price him $1,000 and the crane charge about $50,000. 

Johnson reportedly hasn’t utilized for a permit for the flag and it wasn’t noted if he considered that an alternative. 

Simply click Here TO GET THE FOX Information Application

City officials will decide what motion to get on the flag, WCCO reported.