While many celebrated the day that Jesus rose from the dead yesterday, Donald Trump’s death was foreshadowed with the placement of a tombstone in Central Park. The stone, which was removed shortly after its discovery, delivered the epitaph “Make America hate again.” The Donald’s death year is left blank, though I’m sure there are many who pray that day arrives sooner rather than later.
Though the culprit/artist/political activist/troller extraordinaire behind the marker is still unknown, the stunt had its desired effect, inspiring a hearty handful of internet posts such as the one you’re reading right now.
Given the fact that Trump is a hate-mongering piece of shit, it’s surprising there hasn’t been more cleverly executed satirical stunts popping up around our fair nation. While it has the provocative association of Trump’s demise, it’s a generally harmless, straightforward message that didn’t require any violence or threat of violence to execute.
Meanwhile in Mexico, citizens celebrated Easter by burning paper mache Trump effigies.