Trump National Golf Club vandalized in Virginia


Vandals have taken their message of hate to the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia.

According to the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office, they “dug holes in the 13th fairway of the club’s championship course, spray-painted parts of the course, and poured a chemical, believed to be bleach, on the grass.”

Deputies also found empty containers of bleach on the course after the vandalism was reported on Saturday morning.

Using spray-paint, the word “resist” and other symbols of anarchy were written on the fairway, while rocks were spray-painted red and orange.

An investigation is underway and there is no estimate of how much it will cost to repair the damage yet.

The president arrived at the location with Sen. Rand Paul the day after the crime was reported.

This golf course and other Trump-brand courses have been vandalized since President Trump took office.

H/T: NBC News

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