A landlord in Grand Junction, Colorado has a two-bedroom apartment availble. Pets are permitted, rent is reasonable. Just one stipulation: No dice if your a Trump supporter.
As we enter the second half of primaries, and Trump continues to hold the frontrunner slot, Mark Holmes has decided he has had enough. A political activist since the Vietnam war, he decided that the Trump campaign wouldn’t be welcome under his roof or on his land. After advertising his terms, he got a delighful message from an anonymous caller. According to many callers this stipulation violated the Fair Housing act.
Which, according to US Department of Housing and Urban Development, isn’t the case at all.
“That has nothing to do with the Fair Housing Act,” said HUD spokesman Jerry Brown, mentioning that he hasn’t received questions about similar ads. “But that seems to be a first, and it’s original.”
Which means the ban still stands. Mark Holmes has, on his private property, stumped the Trump.