Pennsylvania State Police are looking for the person or persons responsible for vandalizing a billboard along Route 61 in West Brunswick Township last weekend.
According to information from PSP’s Schuylkill Haven barracks, the vandalism happened sometime between noon on Oct. 23 and about 12:30 p.m. the next day.
Vandals spray painted over a sign that read “All-American Boy” to read “All-American Bitch”. “BLM” (Black Lives Matter) was also sprayed on the billboard. The sign is located near Molino Rd. and Summer Valley Rd. in southern Schuylkill County.
The owner of the billboard, Joshua Shamonsky, of New Ringgold, says he rented it to an activist group known as No White Guilt. NWG rented it for the past month.
The founder of No White Guilt, Jason Köhne, says the mission of his organization is to stop the spread of “harm that has been and is inflicted by anti-whites on Westmen.”
saw just a brief glimpse of hope for schuylkill county today pic.twitter.com/k74YBUPJU9
— HAM WRLD (@uncIesandwich) October 25, 2020
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Article corrected from a previous version when it was confirmed that the sign in the tweet above is the same as referenced in the report from PSP.