President Trump’s Hollywood Star Destroyed AGAIN, This Time By Man In Hulk Costume

(PoliticalLookout.com)- President Donald Trump’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star was once again destroyed and vandalized early on Friday morning, this time by a man dressed at the Hulk. The start was left completely destroyed and unrecognizable, having been hacked at with a pickaxe.

The tolerant left, everybody!

TMZ reports that law enforcement said a man dressed as the Hulk caused around $5,000 in damage to the star. The culprit, however, has yet to be arrested and the incident remains under investigation.

This isn’t the first time the star has been destroyed, and it appears to be the goal of far-let activists to cause so much damage and trouble that the star simply never returns.

CEO of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, Rana Ghadman, said that it was nothing more than vandalism and disrespectful to democracy.

“When people are angry with one of our honorees, we would hope that they would project their anger in more positive ways than to vandalize a California state landmark,” Ghadman said. “Our democracy is based on respect for the law. People can make a real difference by voting and not destroying public property.”

Right? If they hate Trump so much, maybe they should have turned out to vote in 2016. And don’t they realize there’s an election coming up in November, too?

TMZ said that workers have already started working on the star, signaling that the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce and other local authorities are not planning on getting rid of the star and kowtowing to far-left extremists.

The timing of the most recent incident is interesting. It occurred shortly after the president tweeted that he had just tested positive for COVID-19. The president has since been taken to Walter Reed Medical Center where he will work until he is considered safe to return to the White House.

The president’s symptoms have begun to disappear after being treated with several experimental drugs.

Trump was seen leaving the White House and boarding Marine One the afternoon after he was diagnosed.