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Nazi Fascists Vandalize Trump California Golf Course [VIDEO]

A group of Nazi fascists carved 6 foot tall letters into the Trump National Golf Club in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.  They wrote “NO MORE TIGERS. NO MORE WOODS.”  Now, either they believe Tiger Woods is a real tiger or they think that Trump’s golf course displaced tigers.  That is a mental condition caused when the sewer lines back up in their momma’s basement.

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The 18-hole, 7,300-yard course is set among cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean just south of Los Angeles. Last year, Golf Digest ranked it the 43rd best course in California.

In a statement sent to The Washington Post, the group said the vandalism was carried out in response to the Trump administration’s “blatant disregard” for the environment. “In response to the president’s recent decision to gut our existing protection policies, direct action was conceived and executed on the green of his California golf course in the form of a simple message: NO MORE TIGERS. NO MORE WOODS,” the statement said.

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From The Washington Post:

The group consisted of four people, who accessed the course by scaling a fence and “walking down a steep hill laced with cacti,” the group member told The Post. “Tearing up the golf course felt justified in many ways,” the member said. “Repurposing what was once a beautiful stretch of land into a playground for the privileged is an environmental crime in its own right.”

“We hope this sends a message to Trump and his corrupt administration that their actions will be met with action,” the member added. Previously farmland, Trump National Golf Club opened in November 2000. On its website, the club touts its dedication to “protecting the environmentally sensitive habitat that plays host to several protected plant species and the endangered Coastal California Gnatcatcher (a small migratory bird).”

“Several environmentally aware agencies — including the U.S. Fish& Wildlife Service and the California Department of Fish& Game — were involved with setting up a series of standards and guidelines for the course,” the website adds.

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