Donald Trump HUMILIATED After NYC Issues AMAZING Statement About Naked Statues (VIDEO)


The protesters wanted to demean Donald Trump in the worst way, and they did. Nude statues of the billionaire appeared in New York City’s Union Square and four other cities Thursday morning. The man who wants to be emperor has no clothes, literally.

After taking their sweet time removing the statue from Union Square, the city of New York issued a statement to add to the public humiliation Trump is experiencing right about now. The epic burn read:

‘NYC Parks stands firmly against any unpermitted erection in city parks, no matter how small.’

I smell a lawsuit.

The members of the anarchist collective INDECLINE want to show the 70-year-old presidential candidate minus his armor of expensive suits and long ties. His fleshy self, in all of its aged glory, as imagined by the artist, stands at his most vulnerable, with his hands folded across and ample middle.

They placed the life-size nude statues of Trump in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Cleveland and Seattle. Each statue weighs 80 pounds, and the group glued them to the ground using industrial strength epoxy, an adhesive that dries within several minutes.

This project has taken four months from start to finish. It was partly inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s children’s story, “The Emperor’s New Clothes.” The fable is about an overly confident leader who ran around without clothing, according to an INDECLINE spokesman.

The spokesman, who asked to remain anonymous, discussed the project with “The Washington Post:”

‘Like it or not, Trump is a larger-than-life figure in world culture at the moment. Looking back in history, that’s how those figures were memorialized and and idolized in their time — with statues.’

But these statues make fun of Trump, who might actually prefer emperor to president. The pieces of art are not the least bit flattering. There are rolls of fat hugging his abdomen, a wattle beneath his chin, quaint little man boobs, and sagging chubby cheeks in the rear.

The artist managed to capture Trump’s arrogance in its ugliest self. The mouth is downturned in an attitude of sulking dissipation. His eyes are predatory to the point of being reptilian.

The statue’s skin is an unhealthy orange color and looks cold to the touch. If the statue was exact, Trump’s manhood leaves a bit to be desired, and he lacks the two twins that flank it. The title of the statue is “The Emperor Has No B—s.”

The Las Vegas-based artist “Ginger” has designed monsters for horror movies and haunted houses. In addition, Ginger is a much sought-after keynote speaker at haunted house conventions. He talked about meeting the INDECLINE members:

‘When the guys approached me, it was all because of my monster-making abilities. Trump is just yet another monster, so it was absolutely in my wheelhouse to be able to create these monstrosities.’

Ginger has been creeping people out since before he was born. His mother had to have a C-section, but before the physicians could lift him from his mother’s womb, his hand “popped out of the slit in her abdomen, causing a nurse to faint. He said:

‘Before I was out of the womb, I was scaring people.’

Ginger says he has spent about 25 hours a week creating the statues. He used a mixture of clay and silicone weighing 300 pounds to create the statues. He said that the candidate’s mouth was his “biggest sculpting challenge.”

The artist was trying to give Trump a “constipated look” one hinting at the man’s frustration with America:

‘He has a very distinct little mouth, the way his chin meets the jowl, it had to look right.’

Ginger was also stumped about how to create body parts realistically:

‘If somebody were to look at my browser history, it would be a little disturbing. Turns out there’s not too many Google results for ‘saggy old man butts.’

Then there is the private joke. The statue is wearing a Masonic ring to connote jewelry of “privilege, secret handshakes and cloistered groups of powerful people.”

As Ginger worked on the statue, he began to dislike Trump more and more:

‘Starting on the project and looking at his face day in and day out when I’d come home, I began to build up some resentment.

‘The straw that broke the camel’s back was when he made fun of the disabled reporter from the New York Times.

‘I have family members that are physically and mentally handicapped and who need different types of care. When I saw what he did, I was in such a rage.’

Ginger did a brilliant job of bringing Trump’s inner self out. But New York City removed the statue from Union Square. A Parks Department spokesperson told Gothamist:

‘NYC Parks stands firmly against any unpermitted erection in city parks, no matter how small.’

Check out the NYC employees removing the Trump statue below:

Featured Image: Trump Statue Twitter page.
H/T: The Washington Post.