A man said his truck was vandalized and set on fire over the weekend in Vancouver, Wash., because it donned two Trump bumper stickers.

Johnny MacKay told local CBS affiliate KOIN 6 that he left his pickup truck overnight Saturday in a bar parking lot after having drinks, and the next morning found the car had been completely destroyed and “Trump” was spray painted across the driver’s side of the car.

MacKay lives across the street from Garage Bar and Grille.

"If you say anything that someone doesn't like you are ultimately a target,” MacKay said. “You're automatically the enemy and they have to hurt you."

MacKay said that he did not vote for President Trump in the 2016 elections, but has come to support him since he took office.

"I literally just put them on this weekend," he said. "If I would've known somebody would've taken politics this far– I saw them, I thought they were funny and apparently somebody didn't get the joke."

MacKay is an Uber driver and the incident as left him out of a source of income until he can obtain another vehicle.

"[They] need help," MacKay said. "Whether it was from drugs or a mental condition, this person needs to get help. If they blow up at this, who knows."