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Veterans For Impeachment Score With Signs Right Behind Home Plate At World Series

The signs were snatched by security, but not before they captured lots of attention.

Veterans for Impeachment staked out a high visibility site for their message at Game 5 of the World Series between the Washington Nationals and the Houston Astros: right behind home plate. 

A blue sign, reading “Veterans for Impeachment,” managed to grab national audience views when the cameras trained on batters at Nationals Park. The sign also appeared on the Jumbotron in the stadium where Donald Trump watched the game. When the president and first lady appeared on the Jumbotron as well, the crowd booed him and chanted “Lock him up.”

A second Veterans for Impeachment sign that appeared behind home plate asked viewers to text a number to support the group. 

A representative for Common Defense, an organization of veterans opposed to Trump administration policies, told HuffPost that the signs were visible for about 15 minutes during the fifth inning before security confiscated them.

Two other large red banners reading “Impeach Trump!”— apparently not linked to the veterans’ group — were also spotted at the game hanging from the bleachers in both the left and right field. They were also quickly removed.

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