(KUTV) -- A billboard in Colorado is creating a lot of controversy after a local replaced the 'O' in GOP with communist symbols.
Anne Landman, the mastermind behind the scheme, made the billboard image because she was upset with the Trump administration's action on Russia, immigration and tariffs.
"Check out the new billboard in Grand Junction that takes Republicans to task for siding with Trump who agreed with the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, at Helsinki over his own intelligence agencies on the subject of Russia's 2016 election interference," Landman wrote in a Tweet.
She used the image of a hammer and sickle, two Soviet-era communism symbols, to replace the 'O' in GOP on billboard in Grand Junction.
Grand Junction has a lot of Trump supporters. Mesa County, where the city is located, gave President Trump 64 percent of votes during the 2016 presidential election.
Depending on funds and support, the billboard could be up until the November mid-term elections.