In the two years since the election of President Trump, liberal protesters have destroyed his Hollywood Walk of Fame star twice, and made “pilgrimages” to the area to deface and vandalize the star.
After its most recent destruction, the Hollywood City Council voted to remove the star – an act which proved to be largely symbolic, as it is deemed a Historical Landmark, and protected from removal.
That hasn’t stopped some in Hollywood from demanding its removal, however, including Mark Hamill of the “Star Wars” franchise, who suggested replacing it with a star to honor his late co-star, Carrie Fisher.
If Mark Hamill gets his way, President Trump’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star could be replaced with one honoring late “Star Wars” co-star Carrie Fisher https://t.co/JHvFXPaFPG pic.twitter.com/77v8AR4DPm
— CBS News (@CBSNews) August 7, 2018
Interestingly enough, as several conservative pundits pointed out, numerous other celebrity stars on the Walk of Fame haven’t been contested, despite Bill Cosby, Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, and a litany of others being proven to have committed heinous acts.
Q: West Hollywood City Council voted unanimously to request of removal of which star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame?
A. Donald Trump
B. Bill Cosby (rape)
C. Kevin Spacey (statutory rape; harassment)
D. Gig Young (murder)#RhetoricalQuestion
— Larry Elder (@larryelder) August 8, 2018
Add to list of celebs who still have a star on the Walk of Fame: Harvey Weinstein. His star can rub points with Kevin Spacey’s and Bill Cosby’s without fear of mingling with a star unacceptable by Hollywood’s gold standards, like Donald Trump. https://t.co/VVjys9jJsB
— Gov. Mike Huckabee (@GovMikeHuckabee) August 8, 2018