Vandals Destroy Trump’s Hollywood Star
Since his election in November, 2016, Donald Trump’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame has become a favored dumping ground of liberal hatred and vandalism.
First there was the deranged feminist removing and draining her menstrual cup and posting her own bloody excrement to social media in pride. Earlier this week, it was George Lopez using a bottle of water to simulate urinating on the Trump star on the Walk of Fame. Overnight, vandals took the message solidly into felony territory, smashing and virtually erasing Donald Trump’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, proving once again the power of Trump Derangement Syndrome and the cyclical normalization of escalating violence against Trump and his supporters.
“What a clearly symbolic gesture it is, to obliterate Trump’s name and in fact, erase it from a place of honor and prominence in a public space,” political commentator and author Shad Olson said, citing the rapidly ratcheting onslaught against the Trump star as a specific and worthy microcosm of the desperation of the liberal left trapped in their own cognitive feedback loop of the mainstream liberal press.
“This serves as a perfect psychological mirroring of what their deepest most hateful desires and what their wishes really are in regards to Donald Trump, his family, his supporters and his era of leadership post-2016,” Olson said.
“They want to erase him from existence. They want him gone, not just from reality, but from the maelstrom and misery inside their heads. It’s the only way to stop the clamoring of the demented descent into mental and emotional chaos they experience as a result of their own emotionally unbalanced inability to cope with the fostered cognitive dissonance between their ears,” Olson said.
“Everything that we are watching in the acting out of these kinds of gestures is an attempted normalization of radicalized action and violence against the Trump factor in American society,” Olson said. “And that is why so many of us remain concerned and convinced that we are seeing a direct historical parallel in this era to that in the years directly preceding the shots fired at Ft. Sumter that began the American Civil War, or at Lexington and Concord that began the American Revolutionary War. We ignore those parallels at our peril.” Olson said.