Court allows New Jersey woman to keep 'F**k Biden' sign local judge orders ...

Court allows New Jersey woman to keep 'F**k Biden' sign local judge orders ...
Court allows New Jersey woman to keep 'F**k Biden' sign local judge orders ...

A New Jersey woman has won an appeal to keep her 'F**k Biden' and other pro-Trump banners just over a week after a local judge ordered her to remove them or face a $250-a-day fine.

Andrea Dick, 54, hung 10 pro-Trump signs on her Roselle Park home, where she lives with her mom, that included the former president extending two middle fingers over the words 'F**k Biden'. 

Early last week, Municipal Court Judge Gary Bundy ordered Dick to take down three of the 10 signs or face a daily fine of $250 because they violated local public obscenity laws. 

Judge Bundy's ruling was vacated by a state supreme court on Tuesday after the ACLU got involved and warned that Bundy's edict violated Dick's First Amendment right to freedom of speech.  

The civil liberties organization challenged the decision and claimed it violated Dick's First Amendment, which the New Jersey Supreme Court agreed with. 

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These are a few of the 10 signs that riled of Andre Dick's Roselle Park, New Jersey neighbors

These are a few of the 10 signs that riled of Andre Dick's Roselle Park, New Jersey neighbors

Pro-Trump supporter Andrea Dick told The New York Times that she feels 'amazing' after the New Jersey Supreme Court sided with her and said forcing her to remove her signs infringed on her First Amendment rights

Pro-Trump supporter Andrea Dick told The New York Times that she feels 'amazing' after the New Jersey Supreme Court sided with her and said forcing her to remove her signs infringed on her First Amendment rights

'I feel amazing,' Dick told The New York Times after the New Jersey supreme court vacated the local judge's order. 'I'm glad it's over'

'I feel amazing,' Dick told The New York Times after the New Jersey supreme court vacated the local judge's order. 'I'm glad it's over'

'I feel amazing,' Dick told The New York Times. 'I'm glad it's over.' 

Tensions have been high in Roselle Park - a town of about 14,000 22 miles outside of Manhattan - since they hung the banners on Memorial Day because they refused to believe the 2020 election results. 

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As the issue gained more press attention, she received more threatening calls and at hate mail from as far away as California, North Carolina and Texas. 

ACLU-NJ Executive Director Amol Sinha said in a statement that the First Amendment exists 'specifically to make sure people can

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