Bob Bolus, a huge fan of Donald Trump, has sued the Secret Service claiming they violated his freedom of speech, reports the Times Leader
Bolus was at a Trump rally in Pennsylvania when he was asked about his Trump-emblazoned trailers.
Bolus was approached by the Secret Service, which said they needed to inspect his three tractor trailers. After not finding anything in the trailers, he was still asked to move them.
“Regardless of their findings, he would have to park the trailers a distance away from the arena, outside of the main parking area," Bolus recalled the Secret Service telling him.
Bolus filed the suit against Mohegan Sun Arena and the U.S. Secret Service in the U.S. District Court in Scranton.
He claimed that moving the vehicles violated his right, “Which is a protected right under the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution,” he said.
He said he, "Was treated differently than other rally attendees for impermissible reasons, including, but not limited to, his political views and expressions of speech.”
Secret Service spokesman Jeffrey Adams said he could not comment on pending allegations.