There are many reasons and ways to oppose Donald Trump. Policy, temperament, qualifications are all in play.

But leftists have come up with some very left-wing ways to protest.

One of the left-wing ways is to shout-down and disrupt his rallies:

Another is to hold street marches spewing profanity and hate:

I just found another left-wing way.  

A reader in NY City sent me the Featured Image. I couldn’t really figure out at first glance what it was. She wrote:

Near Columbus Circle, from Saturday [March 12].

That sign says “Dump Trump – join the bowel movement today.”

Still didn’t make sense. So I researched. Apparently portraying Trump as a turd is a thing:

You say potato, I say poop.

Last week, street artist Hanksy hit the road to join the circus in South Carolina. Also known as the Republican primary. Purpose of this so-called “Dump Across America” trip was to sway public opinion against celebrity presidential candidate, Donald Trump.

Hanksy and a gaggle of “bowel movement” loyalists – nicknamed the Doo Doo Boys by a drunk Trump supporter – were able to infiltrate one of the Donald’s rallies in Myrtle Beach last weekend. Their eye-grabbing antics with poster versions of the Orchard Street mural actually angered the man during his speech, and they were 86’d. Except, in his retort to the protesters escorted from the premises, Trump thought the pile of feces his head capped was actually a potato.

Our reader apparently stumbled upon the big event:

Already name-checked by the Donald himself, street artist Hanksy is continuing the anti-Trump momentum. He’s bringing the wildly popular “dump trump” mural-mantra back home after road trips to New Hampshire and South Carolina during the respective Republican primaries.

Indeed. As part of the so-called “Dump Across America” initiative, Hanksy just dropped word of a hometown Dump Trump rally. The somewhat impromptu gathering will transpire on March 12 (Saturday) at noon. Location still TBD.

How mature. They must be Occupy Wall Street types.

[Image via Daily Mail]


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