Man Banned from Disney For Holding Up Trump Sign on Splash Mountain

A former Marine has been banned from Walt Disney World theme parks because he rode the Splash Mountain roller coaster while holding a ‘Trump 2020 sign.’

Dion Cini, an annual pass holder, posted a photo on his Facebook page last Wednesday showing him on the ride with the sign.

He attached a yellow ‘Trespassed’ note that he received from the theme park banning him from their properties.

‘Trespassed from all of Walt Disney World properties to include, but not limited to, Theme Parks, Water Parks, Resorts and Disney Springs,’ the order from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office says.

Last year, Disney World temporarily barred Cini for a similar stunt, according to the Post.

He held a 20-foot ‘Trump 2020’ banner while standing outside the Main Street Railroad Station in Magic Kingdom.

Disney management eventually decided to lift the ban.

‘The first time might have been borderline inciting the crowd, and they called me back and said they’d let me in,’ Cini said.

‘The second time, I just help up a small sign… and I did not incite a crowd. So I actually proved my own theory.

‘That they kicked me out ’cause of the context of the sign and not the policy.’

Disney claims that they would have banned Cini even if he held a sign in support of other politicians or causes.

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