Let us hope the public never gets used to seeing Donald Trump's golden hair and his puffy and snide face which matches his arrogant speeches that are ignorant to America's ideals and most of her citizens.
"Fuck Donald Trump," many Americans advertise.
If you are of age, and you do not want the man to represent you or this country, vote against him. The creative rhetoric, intellectual conversations, and frustrations opposing Trump are good to raise awareness, but affirmative action lies in your vote to keep him out of office.
Regardless, before election day on November 8, 2016, it is satisfying to make fun of Donald Trump and air him out for his absurdity, bigotry, and villainy.
For instance, Trump Dic Pic takes part in his shaming. Posters and stickers with Trump's screaming face appear in metropolitan areas. The colorful portraits of the Presidential candidate feature Sharpie text that is "most offensive or illustrative" of people's views against him. Some of the texts are ridiculous quotes said by Trump himself, like "women deserve punishment for abortion," "ask the gays," or "why can't I use nukes?" The comments and sentiments expressed on the posters alert the public to Trump's imperialist, privileged, and disrespectful attitude.
These posters pop up in Downtown streets and inner-city neighborhoods where peoples are more diverse and more progressive, like Pittsburgh's East Liberty. The latest run of Trump Dic Pics is at 6119 Penn Avenue in the window of a former nail salon. Eight posters tease Trump and all of his flaws. "Don't boo, vote," reads one of the captions, which is a statement from President Barack Obama.
To explore more of the Trump Dic Pic movement or purchase posters to place around your community go here.