Click For Photo: http://a57.foxnews.com/media2.foxnews.com/BrightCove/694940094001/2018/07/25/0/0/694940094001_5813728574001_5813726206001-vs.jpg?ve=1
Regarding all of the racial and political strife emanating from the events in Charlottesville last weekend, let me...Posted by Dr. Ben & Candy Carson on Wednesday, August 16, 2017
Los Angeles police say the suspect who allegedly vandalized President Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame has been taken into custody, but this isn't the first time his star has been destroyed.
Two years into the Trump administration, aggrieved activists are not only accosting Cabinet members or driving them out of restaurants -- they're increasingly taking out their frustration on inanimate objects.
Burst - Vandalism - Possessions - Property - Administration
A burst of anti-Trump vandalism against possessions and property associated with administration officials is the latest flare-up in a “resistance” that has taken many forms.
Last year, protesters marked the anniversary of President Trump's election by screaming at the sky. Lately, the tactics have become more confrontational, touching off a national debate over civility in politics.
Spray-painting - Outlet - Items - Focus - Activists
But smashing and spray-painting are yet another outlet. Here are some of the items that have been the focus of anti-Trump activists’ rage.
Trump’s star on the Walk of Fame has been subjected to repeat acts of vandalism, with one protester going so far as to smash it with a pick ax last month.
Brawls - Spot - Crowds - Trump - Supporters
Brawls have since broken out at the spot after crowds of Trump supporters and protesters gathered near the contentious marker.
But this isn’t the first time the star has been under assault. Back in 2016, before Trump was elected, the star was defaced by a vandal who scratched off his name and a TV icon. The vandal told TMZ he was doing it so that the removed parts could be auctioned for the legal defense of Trump accusers.
Year - Star - February - Someone - Swastika
Earlier that year, the star was defaced in February of 2016 when someone spray-painted it with a swastika.
A $40 million boat owned by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos was untied from its Ohio dock last week, causing it to drift into a dock and incur up to $10,000 in damages. The vessel, named the...
Wake Up To Breaking News!
Homeschool or State Thought Police School, you choose.