Anti-NRA Billboard Along I-94 In Calhoun County Vandalized
A billboard that stirred up controversy for its anti-NRA message has been vandalized. It sits along eastbound I-94 between exits 100 and 104 in Calhoun County and is now completely blank after someone or a group of people removed the entire printed message sometime earlier this week.
WWMT reports that Mad Dog PAC founder Claude Taylor, who is responsible for putting up the billboard, says a police report is being filed and that the message will be put up again somewhere, but this time on a digital billboard.
WBCK contacted the Calhoun County Sheriff's office and no one was available for comment regarding any investigations or potential suspects.
The billboard was one of about 50 around the United States. They say "the NRA is a terrorist organization" in white letters with a black background. They have brought about a lot of attention and polarizing responses regarding the National Rifle Association.