Air Force Veteran Paints His Yard With a 19,000sq Foot Trump 2020 Banner Using 120 Gallons of Chalk Paint

Air force veteran J.R. Maj*ewski who lives in Port Clinton, Ohio, painted a huge Trump 2020 banner in his front yard in support of President Donald Trump. Maj*ewski said the Inspiration to create a campaign like Trump banner sparked after speaking with other members of a local veterans group. Maj*ewski said he was going to paint the National League of Families POW/MIA flag, but found out there could be an issue with the amount of black paint needed for the flag. The paint is also biodegradable, chalk-based paint, so it is not hurting his yard or the environment.

This is also not the first time he has painted his yard he once painted an American flag to honor patriotism and his fellow military veterans.

Since the banner was done, Maj*ewski said he has gotten so much positivity and even got noticed by Trump.

President Trump wrote this in a tweet about Maj*ewski 'Thank you to J.R. Maj*ewski, a great Air Force Veteran and Trump Supporter who did a beautiful job of turning his lawn into a giant Trump Sign. Thanks also to your fantastic Ohio neighbors. We are making record progress on JOBS, etc. Big Silent Majority!!!'

According to DailyMail

An Ohio Air Force veteran used biodegradable paint to transform his entire yard into a Trump 2020 banner ahead of the November election - earning praise from the President himself.

J.R. Maj*ewski, of Port Clinton, used around 120 gallons of paint to create a 19,000-square-foot banner to cover his long, triangular front yard of of his Bay Township home.

This isn't the first time the yard was restyled Maj*ewski, who last July painted a massive American flag in his yard to honor patriotism and  his fellow military veterans.

But this year he wanted to focus on President Donald Trump.

Photos of Maj*ewski's lawn show the near entirety of his lawn has been painted dark blue with the phrase 'Trump 2020 Keep America ...  Great!'

An aerial view shows the blue banner as a splash of color compared to his neighbor's green plots.

He used biodegradable, chalk-based paint to avoid harming his yard and then environment.

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