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Published on Apr 14, 2010
You've got to see this video. Johnny Masters was driving around Gallatin County filming political signs in peoples yards for an upcoming video that he is working on. Johnny said he was on Walnut valley road when he saw 2 signs in a yard that stuck out and so he stopped to tape them for his video. One sign said vote for Josh Neale and the other said vote for Nelson Brown. Johnny saw the humor in it and had to get it on tape. He then was driving when he noticed a pickup truck approaching him at a high speed. Johnny thinks that the pickup truck came from the house that had the 2 signs but hes not sure. The man goes around Johnny in a NO PASSING ZONE and stops in the middle of the road, then gets out and goes after Johnny. Johnny kept his camera rolling and captured the whole thing on tape. What do you think? Do you think the guy was out of line or do you think people should not be allowed to tape political signs. Leave your response in the comment section below.