Last October, a man in the small town Harrison, Arkansas put this billboard up along a busy road. It says “Anti-Racist is a Code Word for Anti-White.” The man behind the billboard got a bargain basement price. He supposedly is only paying $2,400 for an entire year. The professional “anti-racist” industry immediately went bonkers. The billboad has now received free publicity worth far more than the $2,400 it cost to erect it.
Harrison Police Chief Pat Murphy said a 47-year-old Harrison man has been arrested in connection with vandalism of a controversial billboard on the Bypass.A police report shows that an officer out at a residence on Rushing Drive about 8 a.m. Thursday arrested Chad Watkins, 47, on a warrant for first-degree criminal mischief with bond set at $2,500.Murphy said the arrest stems from the late-November vandalism of the sign that reads (Anti-Racist is a Code Word for Anti-White.”A witness called the HPD about 12:10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 29, to report seeing several people vandalizing the sign, a police report said. The alleged vandals had painted over part of the last two words on the sign and wrote the word “Love” on it.Assistant Police Chief Paul Woodruff said the witness saw the act in progress and was able to give police the license plate number of a vehicle seen leaving the area Friday morning.Deputy prosecutor Wes Bradford told the Daily Times that he had been given the case, but he forwarded it to city attorney Van Younes for prosecution.