Donald Trump has managed to transform himself from a comedian’s punchline to a serious contender for President. It’s a stunning achievement for a man who spouts a seemingly endless stream of self-entitled nonsense — but it’s also indicative of the caliber of candidates Republican voters are willing to consider.
Trump has cultivated a unique identity as national embarrassment in recent weeks. Yesterday, he tweeted a campaign photo that featured Nazi soldiers. Earlier this month he caused an uproar among sane citizens when he called Mexican immigrants rapists, drug dealers, murderers and disease carriers. It led to NBC cutting all ties with the billionaire. Naturally, in the latest polls, Trump is now leading the Republican field.
For a man who spends so much time with his head planted firmly up his own ass, today’s news will be thoroughly welcome — Trump can now, literally, shove his head there.
The Donald Trump Butt Plug is the brainchild of Fernando Sosa, a Mexican immigrant who specializes in 3D printed art and, yes, butt plugs.
“I usually make Butt plugs to insult dictators, homophobes and politicians,” Sosa writes on his Shapeways store. However, when I heard Donald Trump’s remarks about Mexicans and latinos from South America I was extremely angry.”
Sosa has a variety of figures available for purchase, including a Vladimir Putin butt plug, a Ted Cruz figurine, and a Mitch McConnell Inaction Figure. It was Trump’s specific attacks on the Mexican community, though, that caused Sosa to craft Trump his own butt plug.
“This is what the Republican party has evolved into. A bunch of racist Orangutans throwing shit at the wall and seeing what sticks or puts them on TV,” Sosa writes. “Donald Trump is not a dumb man. He might have been born with a silver spoon and declared bankruptcy 4 or 5 times but he is not dumb. He decided to attack immigrants and specially Mexicans because he thinks we have no power.”
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