Three "lynched" empty chairs with signs that read "Nobama" were found hanging at a home near a public park in Centreville, Virginia.
"It's just Eastwooding," Burger said.
Burger also denied the chairs were being "lynched" or had racial overtones.
"Not at all. They're up because otherwise people would steal them," Burger said.
This is the second empty chair "lynching" to take place this week. Texas homeowner Bud Johnson displayed the first "lynched" chair in his front yard, saying "I don't really give a damn whether it disturbs you or not."
"You can take [your concerns] and go straight to hell and take Obama with you," Johnson told Burnt Orange Report. "I don't give a shit. If you don't like it, don't come down my street."
CORRECTION: This story has been updated to reflect the homeowner's name is Douglas Burger, not Douglas Berner.
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