Don Cini was banned from Disney properties after he rode the Splash Mountain roller coaster and held up a “Trump 2020” flag.

The former Marine and annual pass holder had previously held a “Trump 2020″ banner up in Disney.

Disney said that as a result of the display it has “permanently prevented” Cini from visiting its parks.

The company said the content of the flag wasn’t an issue but rather it “violated park policies prohibiting the unauthorized use of any flag, banner or sign for commercial purposes or to incite a crowd.”

“Walt Disney World welcomes all Guests to enjoy our parks; however, demonstrations and the display of signs and banners is not permitted on the premises. We have previously reminded this guest about our rules,” a Disney spokesperson said in a statement.

Cini was previously banned from Disney for holding a 20-foot banner while standing outside the Main Street Railroad Station in the Magic Kingdom.

Disney eventually lifted 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 told the New York Post. “The second time, I just held 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.

“Banned for life from Walt Disney World for the 2nd time in a month. They hate my signs, or the President? Maybe both?” Cini wrote on his Facebook page.

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