Artist 3D Prints Donald Trump Butt Plug to Protest Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric

Artist Fernando Sosa has found a novel way to protest at Donald Trump’s recent comments about Mexican immigrants: he’s turned the Republican presidential candidate into a butt plug.


“I usually make Butt plugs to insult dictators, homophobes and politicians. However, when I heard Donald Trump’s remarks about Mexicans and latinos from South America I was extremely angry,” explained Sosa in the product listing, adding that he was born and raised in Mexico before moving to the US aged 11.

“Donald Trump is not a dumb man. He might have been born with a silver spoon and declared bankruptcy four or five times but he is not dumb. He decided to attack immigrants and specially Mexicans because he thinks we have no power,” wrote Sosa.

“I’m no rapists and no drug dealer. I have a college degree in 3D animation and run my own 3D printing business and guess what? I can make you into any shape I want and 3D print you and sell you to others who share their dislike of you.

You can threaten to sue me like you have done hundreds of times to others. However, you are a public figure and me making you into a shape of a butt plug is Freedom of speech. Welcome to America Mother Fucker!!”

Trump joins Kim Jong UnToronto mayor Rob Ford and Vladimir Putin in Sosa’s catalogue of 3D-printed products.

Trump has yet to comment on the butt-plug tribute.

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