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A lot of anti-Trump stickers … but not enough license plates. The husband of Karen Fonseca, the Texas woman who became a celebrity by plastering her truck with “F– TRUMP” stickers, is now in trouble for driving that vehicle, the Houston Chronicle reported. But not because the cops are in cahoots with President Trump.

The article goes on to state the following:

According to the Chronicle, Miguel Fonseca was pulled over at 5:41 p.m. Sunday on U.S. Highway 59 in Sugar Land, Texas, because the not-MAGA-compliant vehicle was also not in compliance with Texas vehicular laws — it didn’t have the required front license plate.

Sugar Land Police Department spokesman Doug Adolph said Monday that the officer also quickly learned that Mr. Fonseca, who is listed as the truck’s owner, had two outstanding warrants — for speeding and failure to appear.

According to the report, Mrs. Fonseca started at GoFundMe campaign titled “Free Mike Fonseca.” She claims her husband was ” followed by 3 white police officers that were in our neighborhood due to an unrelated dispute,”

Although Mrs. Fonesca had a goal of $1,000 goal, it has raised just $183 since Monday.

The links below are taken from 2017, when Mrs. Fonseca originally gained noteriety.

The links below are taken from Twitter, and include images of the truck and Mrs. Fonseca. They contain offensive language. Click through to view.

Karen Fonseca (@KarenFonsecaaa) July 10, 2018

AinFL 2017 (@AllochkaFL2017) November 30, 2017

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