Massachusetts man blames voices in his head for car ramming Trump store

Massachusetts man blames voices in his head for car ramming Trump store

A Massachusetts man who plowed his car into a Trump merchandise store blamed the voices in his head for doing it, an employee at the store told FOX Business.

FOX Business spoke with Karla Kelley, an employee of New England for Trump, a store that Kelley told FOX Business that there was no altercation or provocation that happened to the man drive off the street and into the building in his Volkswagen Jetta.

When asked if the driver said anything after the crash, Kelley remembered that the only thing he said was the voices in his head telling him to do it. She noted that the store was open the next day after the car tore through the store, as there was an anti-Trump sticker on his car.

Kelley hopes that charges are pressed against the driver and that there's a chance that the store could be targeted again, but there's a chance of a lot happening. Kelley said that I'm not concerned. I'm not worried. According to authorities, Thursday saw 46-year-old Sean Flaherty crash his car through Keith Lambert's store in South Easton, Massachusetts, where a single employee was working at the time.

The Easton Police Department said that Flaherty was charged with reckless operation of a motor vehicle and malicious destruction of property.

The crash sent shirts, hats, and other merchandise flying, with security footage showing the carnage.

The driver, who was taken into the hospital after ramming his car through the storefront, is expected to be okay, according to local reports.

Lambert told the local press in a piece published Friday that everyone is safe and that everyone is safe. The police told the press on Thursday that there was an active investigation into the crash, but did not share what they believed to be the motive behind it.

The car was eventually towed from the store, which suffered damage to its facade.