Woman with 'F__k Trump' sticker adds new one: 'F__k Troy Nehls'

Cheryl Sanders
November 20, 2017

Karen Fonseca, 46, added a new sticker to the back of her truck which quips "Fuck Troy Nehls and Fuck You For Voting For Him".

Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls says he received complaints about a white pickup truck displaying an explicit message toward President Donald Trump and those who voted for him.

When asked about the new sticker, Nehls said that he was "not surprised", adding that he "thinks it's disgusting".

Woman with 'F__k Trump' sticker adds new one: 'F__k Troy Nehls'

"If you know who owns this truck or it is yours, I would like to discuss it with you".

"No one would really even know her name right now, but her family has been turned upside down and so I was disgusted like numerous hundreds of thousands if not millions of Americans out there", says state representative Ron Reynolds.

The sheriff, a Republican who is not seeking re-election, slapped at Fonseca after learning about her new message.

Last week, authorities arrested Karen Fonseca after learning that she was wanted for fraud in a case that dates back to August.

Fonseca was released from jail Thursday after she was arrested in front of her 6-year-old daughter at her family's Stafford home.

"I think it's ludicrous the sheriff needed to go to Facebook to locate her", said attorney Brian Middleton. The indictment charges that Fonseca "pursuant to one scheme and continuing course of conduct, did, unlawfully and with the intent to harm or defraud another, obtain and or possess and or transfer and or use the identifying information of [name removed]".

"People abuse the badge, in my opinion, and money talks", she told KTRK.

The decal, which Fronseca said her husband enlarged, had been on the truck for eleven months before catching the attention of the sheriff's office. "When you're in politics, people know how to work the system". "My children saw this, and I was infuriated they were subjected to this offensive display".

The American Civil Liberties Union even joined the fray, asking Fonseca to contact the organization.

"Constitutional Law 101: You can't ban speech just because it has "f@ck" in it", the group wrote. She said her family is expressing their First Amendment rights and voicing their dissatisfaction with Trump. The 5-4 ruling found those words would not immediately incite violence and should be considered protected political speech.

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