Let’t Go Brandon Sticker
Last year, the Wilmington Police Department accused Joyner and Zieseniss of damaging a billboard for former President Donald J. Trump on North Third Street during the overnight hours of Oct. 8, 2020. The billboard had drawn the ire of some protesters, who were upset over the billboard’s placement next to a large “Black Lives Do Matter” art installation.
In May, before Joyner and Zieseniss’ trial began, activists held press conferences and protests downtown demanding that David “drop the charges” against them. Some, including Nada Merghani, an activist and former University of North Carolina Wilmington student, accused David of “making an example” of the protesters and called him “racist” for “criminalizing the efforts of Black organizers.” (Joyner is Black. Zieseniss is white.) For his part, David has said that the District Attorney’s Office supports peaceful protests but said they will prosecute acts of violence and vandalism.
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