“Make America Hate Again.” That was the epitaph scrawled on a recently erected tombstone for 2016 presidential hopeful Donald J. Trump. It was found near a notable chill out spot in New York City’s Central Park last weekend and park officials have since had it removed, the Huffington Post reported Monday.
The year Trump was born (1946) was listed on the marker, but there’s no year of death present, meaning that Trump is either totally immortal or his days are numbered. Some think this was meant to be a prank, but assassination is no joke.
If most Americans are trying to fight a war of ideals against Trump, they’re definitely not winning. That’s because their hate for the presidential hopeful has now turned morbid and violent, meaning they have stooped down to Trump’s level.
It’s become clear that Trump will say anything to emotionally manipulate his audience. He has no problem spouting racist, xenophobic, misogynistic and sociopathic rants to win people over. He doesn’t even care if his words incite his fans to beat people up. If fact, he probably loves reaching deep into the most spiteful part of a human’s soul to bring out the worst in them. But death threats won’t help this insane situation, they’ll just escalate it.
No one has fessed up to the graveyard gag yet. Perhaps someone was just venting their frustration over the #babesfortrump Instagram? Maybe another one of Trump’s disgruntled employees had to send the big Don a message? But let’s just hope it wasn’t carried out by a person with far more sinister intentions, because no one wants Trump’s crazed supporters blaming them for his untimely death.