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Breaking: Taxpayers Just Paid For A Painting Of Trump Being Murdered, Holy Sh*t [Photo]

by Chris Reynolds 0

Trump severed head

President Donald Trump is serious about getting rid of our country’s deficit, and he’s planning to do so by cutting unnecessary federal spending on projects that actively harm America and promote an extreme liberal agenda.

Trump’s plan has, of course, gotten pushback from creative and academic types who claim that Americans would suffer if Trump cut off their funding. However, all of their arguments just got destroyed when it was revealed that taxpayers paid money to fund a painting of Trump being murdered.

The University of Alaska Anchorage is funded by taxpayers and its professors are public government employees. It is truly sickening, then, that this university is enabling Assistant Professor of Painting Thomas Chung, who just created a painting of Captain America holding the decapitated head of President Donald Trump.

This painting is now hanging in the fine arts gallery of the university. Said Chung, “It’s an image of the actor who plays Captain America, and two eagles are sort of screaming into his ears, and he’s holding the severed head of Trump, and there’s a young Hillary Clinton clinging to his leg. I was reminded of those 80’s rock posters, where there’s a woman in tattered clothes clinging to a strong male hero’s leg.”

Responded former faculty member Paul Berger, who is a conservative, “I’m not sure how I want to respond to this. First thing that comes to mind is freedom of expression, fair enough (although, I might wager the severed head of our former president might elicit a different response from the administration of UAA and their student body). The second is public funding of our university system.” He continued, “Had the roles been reversed, and it was Obama’s head hanging there, I think the outrage would be fantastic. As a free speech advocate, everyone has a right to express their opinion the way they want to express them. But as a parent and a citizen, there’s a discussion. In a university setting, what’s appropriate?” Do you think this professor needs to be fired?