Christina Ferguson, 32, of Amherst Junction, Wisconsin, is not a fan of Donald Trump. On Monday, she thought Trump was having a rally in Amherst Junction, and took matters into her own hands to "protest" the candidate. Ferguson decided to interrupt the "rally"--which was actually a meeting of the (presumably very confused) Tomorrow River Conservation Club, and then proceeded to smear peanut butter on roughly 30 cars outside of the "rally."
Trump's rally on October 17 was actually held in Green Bay, WI.
According to reports, Ferguson said she was "fed up with the entire election" and argued that putting peanut butter on cars was better than firebombing cars. She's also a fan of Hillary Clinton and made comments critical of Trump's foreign policy stances.
From the Stevens Point City Times:
After being identified by a member of the conservation club, Ferguson then admitted to crashing the meeting and smearing vehicles with peanut butter. When asked why she did it, Ferguson become “very emotional”, according to the complaint, and talked about “how much she loved Hillary Clinton and hated Donald Trump.”
She also said she’d been “terrorized” by people who support Donald Trump.
“Peanut buttering is better than firebombing, and Trump plans on firebombing everybody in other countries,” she said, according to the complaint.
After the deputy explained to her that she’d actually interrupted the meeting of a nonprofit conservation organization, and that it was not a political meeting, she apologized and said she was “just fed up about the entire election.”
Ferguson was arrested and later blew a .218 on a breathalyzer. She admitted to consuming beer and blackberry brandy prior to the vandalism. According to the city's police chief, the vehicles did not suffer damage.
Hang in there, everyone. This will all be over in 20 days.