The animosity liberals harbor towards Trump appears boundless. From attempts to keep him off the ballot to pursuing any conceivable legal charge, it seems the left is resolute in erasing Trump from the political landscape. The latest manifestation of this fervor unfolds in California, where activists in the Democrat-run state seek to expunge Trump’s star from the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Their contention is that Trump’s star should be stricken from the iconic walkway due to his alleged role in an “attempted coup” against the U.S. However, it’s crucial to note that this accusation lacks substantiation. The effort to remove Trump’s star underscores the deep-seated animosity prevalent in liberal circles, extending beyond political arenas to Hollywood’s iconic landmarks.
From Western Journal:
Hollywood Hills resident Andrew Rudick has become a leading voice in the efforts to remove former President Donald Trump’s star from the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Over the past three years, Rudick has submitted public records requests, collected legal documents, and spoken at City Council meetings in an attempt to make his case, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Rudick says Trump’s star, awarded in 2007 for his work on “The Apprentice,” conveys the city’s endorsement of the former president who “attempted a coup against the United States” on January 6, 2021.
Since 2016, Trump’s star has been repeatedly vandalized and destroyed, including with a pickaxe, requiring over $20,000 in repairs. Each time, it was replaced or restored, according to Axios.
This request really isn’t all that surprising considering that these are the same people who aim to tear down any monument that makes them feel “offended.”