According to the Courier-Journal, a billboard was vandalized with graffiti by an anti-Trump group and called out the National Rifle Association. It appeared on the side of Interstate 65 in Louisville, Kentucky, that read "Kill the NRA" and was tagged by a group called "Resist 45."
The anti-Trump group got the attention of the NRA who then posted the billboard on its Facebook page.
"Here’s an image from Kentucky, this morning. To all American gun owners, this is a wakeup call. They’re coming after us. Like and share to spread the word," said the NRA in a Facebook post.
Just last year a sign appeared in October that read "Grab life by the pussy" accompanied with a "Resist 45" logo at the bottom.
According to NBC 4, "Outfront Media, which owns the billboard along Interstate 65 in Louisville, told local TV stations they are working to remove the vandalism."
Pat also brought up some violent rhetoric from the group's past that involves "shooting Republicans," and targeting officials at "softball" games.
Watch the clip above.