During a recent visit to Disney World, New Yorker Dion Cini got himself banned for life from all Walt Disney World properties, including theme parks, water parks, resorts and Disney Springs.

Cini, while descending the final drop on the Splash Mountain log ride, where photos of riders are snapped, flashed a "Trump 2020" sign. Another picture shows him with a "Keep American Great" sign, captured while riding the Expedition Everest roller coaster.

This wasn't the first time Cini was called out by Disney officials for such displays. In September, Cini was banned for waving a “Re-Elect Trump” flag over the Main Street Train Station but was allowed to come back. Cini is known to leave Trump signs and flags in other public locations - a move he’s promoted on his Facebook page called, “Operation Flag Drop.”

“I wanted to actually abide by their rules, and not hold up a flag to incite a crowd, but I kind of wanted to test them,” Cini told ABC’s WFTV.

According to Disney’s website, Cini was participating in “prohibited activities.” Walt Disney World’s rules prohibit “unauthorized events, demonstrations or speeches, or the usage of any flag, banner or sign for commercial purposes, or to incite a crowd.”

Cini says he’s held an annual pass to the Disney theme park for more than 20 years and calls his photo ops "guerrilla marketing." Disney says that as a result of Cini’s displays, the amusement park has "permanently prevented" him from the parks.

A Disney World spokesperson told Fox News that Cini’s ban from the park, "has nothing to do with politics or content of the banner."

"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."

Cini says he plans to reveal a larger, 50-foot wide flag, "sometime next week, and somewhere in the United States."

Walt Disney World 397155 06: Mickey Mouse rides in a parade through Main Street, USA with Cinderella's castle in the background at Disney World's Magic Kingdom November 11, 2001 in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images) Joe Raedle / Staff