The black family’s cars were burned, painted at home after the BLM sign was hung

A Texas family woke up last Wednesday to find their two cars on fire and “Trump 20” sprayed on their home after placing a “Black Lives Matter” sign in their yard.

Jayla Gipson and Charles Crawford, who are black, told WFFA they suspect the sign prompted vandals to attack their home in Little Elm.

“That sign was in my yard for less than two weeks and then we have a tragedy like this,” said Gipson.

‘I would have preferred if they had just taken the plate. But to set the house on fire? That goes way too far. “

Gipson’s 21-year-old son first made the discovery when he smelled smoke during an overnight trip to the bathroom on Dec. 9, NBC News reported.

The pair then rushed to see their Nissan Optima and Kia Forte on fire in their driveway.

They also saw “Trump 20” sprayed on their garage door, and the “Black Lives Matter” sign on their yard was illegible with the same red spray paint used on her house.

“It’s definitely a hate crime,” Gipson told NBC News.

Little Elm’s firefighters eventually put out the flames. Photos from the incident show that the car’s windshields were partially smashed and the front bumpers burned to ashes.

Little Elm police are investigating arson.

There have been no arrests.