Northwest side home vandalized with Trump-related obscenities

- Tiffany Cady says she didn't put Trump signs in her yard or make her political leanings known on social media.

"I'm very active on social media for my business and friendships and family relations but I stay out of politics," Cady said. "I don't comment or like people's political posts I don't like people to know who I voted for."

So imagine her surprise when she says she saw this Sunday night written in chalk on her wooden fence.

"It was 'F Trump' and also 'tango blast 713' which I had no idea what it meant," Cady said. "But my boyfriend who I showed it to said he knew it was a gang reference."

'F Trump' was also written in chalk on the sidewalk in front of her home.

Monday night the vandals got even bolder.

"Somebody must really be targeting me," said Cady.

This time they spray painted F Trump on her garage door.

"Which I've tried to remove with nail polish remover. I guess I'm going to have to paint over it," Cady said.

Cady says she reported the vandalism to the Precinct Four Constables Office which is now investigating.

What would she say to whoever is behind the hate spewing graffiti?

"I would say everybody has rights to their own opinions and we shouldn't judge each other and we should all live in peace," said Cady.

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