Trump Derangement Syndrome has infected yet another beautiful human activity and made it weirdly sexual: walking the dog. That's right, the left is so repulsive and desperate that they've somehow made walking the dog a symbol of white supremacy. Oh, sorry, the words they would prefer are "art" and "protest." I'll let you be the judge.
A group of "performance artists" have determined that the best way to protest President Trump's existence is to buy a bunch of expensive designer dog collars etched with names like "Richard Spencer," "David Duke," "Steve Bannon," and, the infamous white supremacist "Ann Coulter," then attach them to white men in MAGA hats. Who's holding the leashes? A diverse array of angry-faced "queer and transgender folks" and "people of color."
The woke protestors then guided their MAGA-hat wearing dog-people down the Hollywood Walk of Fame to, you guessed it, Donald Trump's Hollywood Star. (You think they were being symbolic?)
Once there, the dog people began barking and snorting and yelping and, well, doing other animalistic things, much to the confusion of all the children and animals in the vicinity.
Cardi B. Remember that incoherent rant she made on Instagram about walking white women around like dogs? Yep, that's what got these brilliant artists inspired.
You can watch the videos. At every point, the "protestors" have a fierce hatred to their eyes, and the men knobbing around the place on all fours look as pathetic and dejected, yet proud, as actual dogs, only somehow with less humanity. Much less.
You want to know the best part of it all? The heavy-handedness. No, really, they did an excellent job of really making this artless display impossible to avoid or enjoy in any artistic way.
For example, here's the "art collective's" ranting explanation of the gaudy, self-important display:
So often minorities are put in the awkward position of calmly and patiently walking their racist peers down the path to empathy. Even though those afflicted by hate have the greatest right to anger, often it is only through their kindness or sacrifice that we are able to walk down ignorance until it's worn out enough to debate in earnest. To put it more clearly: I will dog walk your ass right to the truth.
It's an art protest, and usually artists love to brag about their influence, so surely this "art project" was influenced by Prof. Abdul Rahim Nagori, the famed Pakistani protest painter. Or even Banksy, he's pretty political.
Nope. Cardi B. Remember that incoherent rant she made on Instagram about walking white women around like dogs? Yep, that's what got these brilliant artists inspired.