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A Wisconsin resident named Chelsea Ferguson smeared peanut butter on 30 cars she thought belonged to Trump supporters as a dumb form of protest against the Republican nominee, according to The Huffington Post.

Ferguson, who was intoxicated at the time of the incident, apparently mistook parked cars belonging to the members of the Tomorrow River Conservation Club as cars belonging to Trump supporters at a Trump rally. How she mixed those two things up, nobody knows.

Talk about a smear campaign.
Talk about a smear campaign.
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According to the police report, Ferguson entered the Conservation Club meeting yelling about her dislike for Trump. When club members requested she leave before they call law enforcement, and she complied with their requests. That is when she headed to her car and grabbed a family-size jar of low-sodium creamy natural Jif peanut butter and began drawing offensive symbols on the parked vehicles. Soon after, a witness called the cops.

If only we had a recording of that 911 call.

Hey look, a gif of Jif.
Hey look, a gif of Jif.
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When police eventually found Ferguson, she hiding in her apartment. She told officers she chose peanut butter as her weapon of choice because "Peanut butter is better than fire-bombing" and that Donald Trump wants to fire-bomb other countries. Police also reported that she was licking her fingers as she spoke.

She is definitely not a "smooth" criminal.
She is definitely not a "smooth" criminal.
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Officers took the Jif jar found in Ferguson’s apartment as evidence. Ferguson is now free on bail.