It seems that this year’s presidential election is driving some people nuts.
A woman in Wisconsin was arrested for allegedly smearing peanut butter on 30 cars that were parked outside what she thought was a pro-Donald Trump rally.
Christina Ferguson, 32, walked in on what was actually a meeting for a local environmental organization called Tomorrow River Conservation Club in Amherst Junction, Wisconsin.
On witness — who clearly knows his peanut butter — said she was holding a “family-size jar of low-sodium, creamy natural Jif” peanut butter in her hand, and shouting obscenities about the Republican presidential nominee.
Members of the organization asked the woman to leave and ran outside to “make sure she wasn’t doing anything to their vehicles after leaving.”
Outside they found her smudging peanut butter on the parked cars, saying how she was fed up with the election and “how much she loved Hillary Clinton and hated Donald Trump.”
Her clearly reasoned rationale behind it was that, “peanut buttering is better than firebombing, and Trump plans on firebombing everybody in other countries.”
The Stevens Point City Times reported that members of the organization alerted authorities.
When deputies from the Portage Country Sheriff’s Department arrived at her apartment to question her, she said that she been home all night, while continually licking her fingers.
The clearly troubled lady later admitted to crashing the meeting and apologized for her peanut butter-flavored high jinks. She also said that she’d been “drinking beer” and “blackberry brandy” that night, and was quite obviously intoxicated as she registered .218 on a breathalyzer.
While Ferguson might still be sleeping off what was probably a doozy of a hangover, peanut butter connoisseurs can relax for it was only Jif and not Skippy. That would have been a real waste.