Billionaire Donald Trump has all the political finesse of a Friday night drunk attempting macramé, and as such some of his opinions aren’t going down well with certain segments of of America’s population.

His recent comments about Mexican immigrants inspired one man to create piñatas in his image, and a Twitter account to run a mini-election that pitted The Don against an avocado (he lost, by the way).

Now, a designer has 3D-printed a butt plug in Trump’s likeness, which he is selling for $27.95 to anyone who agrees according to The Next Web.

Fernando Sosa, a Mexican-born US citizen, is responsible for the remarkable object but it’s not his first. He has previously created 3D printed caricatures of other political figures, and “the Donald” is just the latest.

He defends his creation quite passionately on his site, citing his own experiences as a Mexican-born citizen that run counter to what Trump expressed in his presidential campaign announcement. He writes:

“[This is my] response to Donald Trump’s remarks…I say screw you and your Republican Party. I was not sent here by the Mexican government. I came here with my family thanks to my step-father, who is also an immigrant from Finland. We came here looking for the American Dream and my parents worked their butts off so my brothers and I could go to college or serve in the armed forces.

“I’m no rapist 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 are a public figure and me making you into a butt plug is freedom of speech. Welcome to America, mother****er!”

Talk about a great way of expressing an opinion on someone you find distasteful.

Sosa does say that people shouldn’t use the Trump-shaped butt plug for anything other than a conversation piece, as it’s more of a political statement and less of a sex toy since it’s made out of pretty rough material.

[Source – The Next Web, Image – Shapeways]
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