Owner says billboard along I-65 in Louisville was vandalized with 'Kill the NRA' message

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The message "Kill the NRA" was spray-painted on a billboard alongside I-65 North near the Fern Valley Road exit on Monday.

Outfront Media, which owns the billboard, said Monday night that the sign was vandalized. 

In addition to the message it was sprayed with the words "Resist 45" on it, a reference to a group that opposes Donald Trump as the 45th president.  

WDRB News reached out to the NRA for a response, but the organization was not aware of the sign and said it's now looking into it. 

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