Ohio Elector Sets Fire To Anti-Trump Letters

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Richard Jones is one of Ohio’s 18 electors, the Sheriff of Butler County, and a proud supporter of President-elect Donald Trump.

Jones decided that after casting his vote on Monday for Trump, he would celebrate the soon-to-be president’s victory by setting fire to “thousands” of letters he received from people across the country urging him to “Dump Trump.”

While doing so, the sheriff decided to light a cigar and post multiple videos and photos to Twitter of the anti-Trump letters burning in a fire pit.

“Got a lot of letters to burn,” he says in one of his videos. “We’ve got our electoral votes and we got a new president. We’ve got our Trump sign here, and we’ve got our cows over here. They’re supporting Trump also.”

Pictures and videos of the burning letters can be seen below:

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