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Adam Yauch of Beastie Boys. image by Ros O'Gorman

Adam Yauch of Beastie Boys. image by Ros O'Gorman

Trump Supporters Deface Adam Yauch Park In Brooklyn

by Paul Cashmere on November 20, 2016

in News

Trump’s Divided States of America is happening fast and ugly. Adam Yauch Park in Brooklyn was defaced by racist Trump supporters on Friday.

Hate-fuelled graffiti was spewed across the park, named in memory of the late Adam Yauch, the founding member of Beastie Boys who died of cancer in 2012.

Yauch was Jewish as were all the other members of Beastie Boys.

The racist vandals puked nazi swastikas and the words’ Go Trump’ around the park on Friday but on Saturday locals retaliated by turning the hate into love covering the offensive defacement with hearts.

Trump fuelled racism from his followers during the election that resulted in a shocked western world and tearing America in two.

Protests against the result have been relentless since the results were announced. America’s new fascist leader was quick to take to Twitter to say how “very unfair” the protests were yet four years ago in 2012 when Obama won a second term urged people to take to the streets to protest.

Since the disgusting defacing of Adam Yauch Park the deluded Trump was again tweeting about the “very rude” Hamilton cast for registering their concerns for the future of all Americans to his vice president elect.

The cast of Hamilton The Musical staged a respectful and polite protest to the upcoming homophobe VP saying they were “alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us”. Trump, who had no problem making fun of a disabled journalist, a deceased soldier family and women, was shocked by the peaceful protest.

America is broken.

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