The man responsible for unfurling a “Trump 2020” banner at Disney World has been banned from the theme park again—for holding up a “Trump 2020” sign while on a ride at the theme park.
Dion Cini, who identified himself as one of the men who hung the “Trump 2020” banner from a building in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom theme park, announced on his Facebook page Wednesday that the theme park banned him from all “Disney World properties” for what Disney said was unbecoming conduct.
Cini posted an image of him holding the sign on the ride Splash Mountain, along with a cropped message from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office saying his conduct is “not welcome” on Walt Disney World’s property.
Cini was one of the men who temporarily hung the “Trump 2020” banner over the train depot in Magic Kingdom’s Main Street USA area in September.
The man said he was banned from Disney after the incident, but then said Disney allowed him to re-enter the parks under the condition that he does not hang banners with the intent to “incite crowds.”
Cini argued that he did not “incite crowds” by displaying the pro-Trump signs, and therefore should not have been kicked off Disney property. He says, however, that he will abide by the law and keep away from Disney World.
Despite his being banned from the theme park, Cini says he still plans to display his “Trump 2020” all across the U.S.