A woman in Massachusetts became so enraged when she saw a car sporting a pro-Trump bumper sticker that she intentionally rammed into it, according to police. The woman then allegedly fled the scene.
It didn’t take long for karma to catch up to the unhinged driver.
Police arrested 25-year-old Chloe Wright for the alleged hit-and-run roughly one month after the June 30 incident, the Cape Cod Times reported. She was released on $1,250 bail.
The newspaper recounted what the victim in the case observed during the incident, according to the police report filed in the case.
The driver told police he stopped at a red light and noticed the car behind him was honking. When the light turned green, he continued driving — but the driver behind him continued to honk the horn, according to the police report.
The man thought maybe the woman was trying to alert him to a problem with his vehicle so he stopped and exited the car. That’s when he claims the woman started yelling about President Donald Trump.
In a written statement to police, the man recalled his exchange with Wright.
“She said, ‘You voted for Trump?’ I said yes. She called me a racist and several other names,” the victim said.
Moments later, things got out of hand.
“As the man began recording the incident on his phone, the woman drove around his car, prompting him to step back into the driver’s side door opening, he told police, according to the report. The woman then drove at him and hit the open door, he said, according to the report,” the Cape Cod Times reported.
The man told police, “She bent my door and I had to lean back to avoid getting hit. She also hit the side of my car.”
The incident was labeled the latest case of "Trump derangement syndrome" by some Twitter users.
Wright now faces multiple charges, including assault with a dangerous weapon, vandalizing property and leaving the scene of property damage.