“This is what democracy looks like!” That’s a common chant among snowflakes that simply can’t get over the election not going their way.
Apparently, democracy looks like an exposed posterior, according to some protesters in Chicago.
On Feb. 12, protesters will take to the Trump International Hotel and Tower in Chicago to complain about President Trump’s taxes, or lack thereof.
An event was created on Facebook called “Chicago Moons the Trump Tower.” Now, I know it’s like they’re figuratively exposing ham to the commander-in-chief himself, but in reality it’s going to be a bunch of people showing their backsides to a building, an inanimate object. That’ll show ‘em!
A Facebook page, simply known as “S#!tshow,” created the event on Facebook in order to prove to Trump that they actually want to see his taxes.
Sorry for the language, but the actual tagline for the event reads, “Kiss Our Asses, Release Your Taxes.”
In the “details” section of the proposed event, the host cited a 2006 decision by a Maryland state circuit court judge.
“In 2006, a Maryland state circuit court determined that mooning is a form of artistic expression protected by the First Amendment as a form of speech,” the page wrote.
Listen, the only way mooning is a form of artistic expression would be if Jackson Pollack decided to throw paint on a butt while in the act of mooning. Even then, is it really art? Or is it just wasted paint splattered on an ass?
Perhaps the most head scratching part of this protest is another tidbit from the “details” section.
The section reads in part, “Donald Trump doesn't think the American people want to see his tax returns, so let's show him that we do in the classiest way possible!”
In what world has mooning ever been classy? It used to be a way for people to gross out their friends, or it was also a way to get someone the attention that they so clearly crave, because their parents didn’t love them enough.
It does make sense though. Being classy has never been a strong suit for protesters. Besides, they’re too busy blocking ambulances to be concerned with having class.
As of this writing, there are 887 people who say they’re going to the pants-off, dance-off, with another 3,100 people who are interested in attending the event.
That comes out to 1,774 butt cheeks that aren’t working an actual job, and that no one wants to see.
Stay classy, liberals.