Man Who Destroyed Trump Star: Celebs Like De Niro Contacted Me, I’m ‘Proud Of Myself’

So we are now promoting and condoning crimes?

He feels proud of himself after committing a pointless act of vandalism? Typical Liberal, not enough guts to take on an actual person but real “tough” towards inanimate objects.

Will De Niro or Handler pay his fines or serve his time?

Now they’re rewarding criminals which will only precipitate more of this.

Daily Caller:

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The man who admitted that he took a pickax and smashed President Donald Trump’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star said he “did a real good act” and has heard from Hollywood praising him for it.

“I just felt really passionate because of what happened with the immigrants and him [Trump] stripping children away from their parents,” Austin Clay told TMZ Thursday after being released from jail. “And that just sort of set me off.”

I think Donald Trump represents everything that everybody with half a brain and half a heart in this country resents,” he added.

Later, he explained that he didn’t “resent doing it” and has even got some backing from celebrities like Robert De Niro and Chelsea Handler who reached out to him.

“Robert De Niro left me a voice message,” Clay shared. “He wanted to say…he wanted to give me a high-five. Chelsea Handler (who wanted to know if he was single), Mark Hamill.”

“I think I did, like, a real good act,” he added. “Personally, I don’t feel resentful. I feel proud of myself.” More

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