An art gallery in Portland Oregon has been flooded with phone calls and social media posts after photos of their store front made the rounds on Facebook and Twitter of President Donald Trump being savagely slaughtered.
A glass window on the storefront of One Grand Gallery located on East Burnside in Portland Oregon has sparked outrage after displaying an image of President Donald Trump getting his throat slashed by a faceless man. Trump has an American Flag pin on his jacket that appears to be on fire and just below the blood drenched knife are the words “F*ck Trump”.
One Grand Gallery has received over 1,000 comments on the store’s Facebook page, most of which are calling for the Secret Service to investigate the store. Their Facebook reviews have also continued to plummet with the store currently sitting at a 1.2 stars out of 5. Over 2,000 reviews have been left on the page, the majority of which are filled with outrage and condemnation.
From One Grand Gallery’s Facebook post for the opening reception July 13th:
The window, with its violent portrayal of the president being assassinated is front and center for all to see in the middle of downtown Portland, but that’s not the only piece of “artwork” being displayed.
Inside the gallery, you’ll find other artwork by several artists that depict the intense loathing of our commander in chief. The “F*ck Trump” show itself held its opening reception on Friday, July 13th where dozens of artists were allowed to display and sale their Anti-Trump artwork. Pieces such as a caricature of the president in front of a wall reading “Glory Hole”, that if sold, proceeds are to be donated to Planned Parenthood, ACLU, and National Immigration Law Center, at the artist’s request.
Other pieces include President Trump in blackface:
The gallery removed the gory image from its storefront window on Tuesday after receiving requests from the landlord and after several complaints were made to both the store, and local police.
Big League Politics reached out to One Grand Gallery for comment, but calls were not returned in time for publication.
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