Hoyt Hutchinson is the man who allegedly stabbed the Baby Trump balloon outside of the LSU-Alabama showdown in Tuscaloosa Saturday. He reportedly called into a radio show on Monday morning to defend his actions.

Protesters were lined up outside of the football game because of the mere presence of President Donald J. Trump. According to a report from AL.com, Hutchinson said it was the protest that got him upset.

“I got so fired up when I rolled by the balloon and I rolled down the window and I said something to them and I figured they saw me," Hutchinson said. I figured only way I was going to get close enough to that balloon was to blend in. (I) went and bought me an Alabama shirt and walked up like I was walking to the game and like I was going to take a picture with (the Trump balloon). I was so fired up. I was shaking I was so mad."

Right after he slashed a hole in the balloon he was arrested and charged with first degree felony mischief. Reports stated that he yelled "Trump 2020!" while the police were dragging him off.

While talking to Burgess on the radio Hutchinson claimed he is just sick and tired of people not taking a stand.

Burgess then asked, “This was your turning of the temple tables?”

“Yes. It comes a point when you gotta take a stand,” Hutchinson replied. “We don’t have two parties anymore. We have good vs. evil. When you got one party that says it’s OK to kill babies and by the way, this is the first time I’m ever seen a liberal get mad about chopping up a baby.”

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Hutchinson has since been released on $2,500 bond, according to reports.

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