25.07.16 by Staff

Street Artist Erects Tiny Wall Around Trump’s Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

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British-born, Los Angeles-based street artist Plastic Jesus (whose work feels heavily inspired by Banksy) has erected a six inch wall around Donald Trump’s hollywood star in response to the presidential candidate and the absurd wall he’s claimed to build if elected. More images below.

 

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  • jrbsdcal

    How about building tiny atomic bombs on obama’s peace awards. Along with committing to a 1 trillion dollar upgrade of the nuclear arsenal, Hillary and Obama have been developing micro nukes so that using them will no longer be unthinkable. These are the same people that started wars in Libya, Ukraine and Syria, only because they didn’t have control over their banks and officials Hillary and Obama are also amassing the largest arms buildup around russia since WW2. I could go one and on, so whatever Trump has said pales in comparison to what the people in charge are ACTUALLY doing. This art is probably paid for by Soros, one of the most evil people in the world.

    • so you’re voting Trump, interesting…





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