Video: Bicyclist Sets Trump Won Sign On Fire – Suspect Identified

Bicyclist SETS Trump Sign On FIRE - Suspect Identified!


A cyclist in Raleigh, North Carolina, was captured on video igniting a sign that proclaimed “Trump Won.” The individual who owns the sign, named John Kane, shared surveillance footage of the incident on X (previously known as Twitter). Kane sought assistance in identifying the person responsible for setting his sign ablaze during the nighttime hours.

“$1,000 reward for the ID of this arsonist – help me make him a felon,” Kane posted.

Since its posting on Friday, the video has accumulated hundreds of thousands of views.

Subsequently, the person believed to be responsible for the arson was reportedly identified as James D. White, Jr. from Raleigh. According to Kane, an anonymous individual from Lodi, California, undertook the task of locating the suspect.

Kane mentioned that the anonymous investigator located the alleged perpetrator’s profile on Strava, a mobile application utilized to document cycling endeavors. This profile displayed mapped routes of Jim’s cycling journeys, complete with timestamps that aligned with those seen in the videos.

“I sent him $1,000 as promised a few minutes ago and will be sharing his information with @Timcast and @bennyjohnson so that they can do the same. I am truly grateful to each of you for lending your audience and money to catching this arsonist,” Kane further added to his post.

Political analysts Tim Pool and Benny Johnson also extended rewards of $5,000 each.

“@realDonaldTrump won in 2020. @JoeBiden did not get 81M votes. Staying silent to this fact is a choice. It’s a choice with catastrophic repercussions, turning again to Solzhenitsyn: “In keeping silent about evil, in burying it so deep within us that no sign of it appears on the surface, we are implanting it, and it will rise up a thousand fold in the future. When we neither punish nor reproach evildoers, we are not simply protecting their trivial old age, we are thereby ripping the foundations of justice from beneath new generations,’” Kane said on his Twitter statement.