Donald Trump inadvertently led to another fight in the United States, again, but this time, he wasn’t even in the same city. As most in the world know, he might be one of the most contentious presidents of the last one hundred years, certainly the last fifty.
Just one day after a man smashed Donald Trump’s star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame in California, Joy Villa, the singer, shared a series of videos of her pro-Trump organization singing the national anthem.
The singer and other members of the group posed with the cardboard cut-out version of the president. Immediately, a horde of people caught wind of the pro-Trump protestors, and a fight between the two groups began supposedly over the use of the “N-word.”
While it isn’t clear as to why they got into a fight, other than the opposing political viewpoints, it’s obvious that the two groups weren’t getting along at all.
As a result, the LAPD arrived at the scene, but when they finally arrived, nobody was there, and Villa tweeted that someone had to file a police report.
— Joy Villa❌ (@Joy_Villa) July 27, 2018
As it was previously reported, the 24-year-old Austin Clay smashed the star to pieces with a pickaxe. Because of his actions, the police came to take him into the Beverly Hills Police Department, and Clay was charged with felony vandalism.
Clay later said to reporters from TMZ that he was feeling really passionate about what the Trump administration did with the children and their parents at the United States and Mexico border.
Clay explained that he thought the star should be for “true visionaries.” According to the young man, Donald Trump represents something that people with at least “half-a-brain” resents.
Unfortunately, for Mr. Clay, over 51 million people in the United States must have “half-a-brain,” otherwise, he never would’ve won the 2016 presidential election against Hillary Clinton.