Trump-loving store owner pulled a gun on customer who refused to take off his face mask: police

A Trump-supporting Arizona t-shirt shop owner is being investigated by police for pulling a gun on a customer who refused to take off his face mask while in his store.

Local news station WRTV reports that the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office are investigating an incident that occurred late last year when face mask-wearing Arizona resident Everett DePue entered a store owned by a Trump supporter named Scott Cerkoney.

Cerkoney says he has "a strict no-mask policy" in his store, and he approached DePue and instructed him to either leave or remove his mask.

The two men eventually got into a shoving match, while prompted Cerkoney to draw his gun on the would-be customer.

Cerkoney tells WRTV that he doesn't think his views on masks are extreme -- although he posted a video of himself on Facebook last year in which he said "we're going to war" if President Joe Biden won the election.

WRTV asked Cerkoney about this video, and he told the station that "there are a lot of people that want to fight for the country" and suggested that he's considering leaving the United States due to Biden's election.

Watch the video below.