On the first anniversary of President Trump’s inauguration, an activist art collective circulated a video purporting to show the installation of satirical faux gravestones at a New Jersey property the president once slated for his final resting place.

INDECLINE, a collective perhaps best known for its naked statues of Trump left in major U.S. cities last year, said it built the “Trump Cemetery” in Bedminster, N.J., overnight Friday. The stones bore messages that targeted Trump and his presidency.

“Here lies the American Dream,” one dated around the time Trump’s travel ban was implemented read. “Give us your tired, out of shape, white, upper-class, entitled few … and build a wall around their daddy’s fortunes.”

“Here lies the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau … slowly starved by Mick Mulvaney,” read another dated around the time the agency’s controversial acting director took over.

INDECLINE representatives said the group decided to target the property after reading a Washington Post article about Trump’s planned cemetery. The article, written in March by David A. Fahrenthold, said the Trump Organization proposed to build two graveyards at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster.

“Mr. Trump . . . specifically chose this property for his final resting place as it is his favorite property,” his company wrote in a filing with the state in 2014, the article said.

The Trump Organization was not immediately available for comment, and Bedminster police said they were not aware of any issues at the property.