As the nation reels from a week of Trump-inspired, unhinged terror in which more than a dozen top-democrats were targeted with pipe-bombs delivered nationwide, the arrival of Baby Trump to West Hollywood is expected to draw hundreds of people for an impromptu Get Out The Vote rally.
The rotund, spookiest trickster of all will ominously and slowly float over the city before making touchdown in West Hollywood Park around noon tomorrow (Saturday, October 27 at 647 N. San Vicente Boulevard).
West Hollywood is one of six cities — New York, St Louis, Grand Rapids, Palm Beach, and Wilmington, N.C. – visited by the Baby Trump.
The float is political parody and was first introduced during Trump’s London trip. Trump said at the time of his first Presidential trip to the British capital that the Baby Trump float made him feel unwelcome.
West Hollywood Mayor John Duran, who recently babysat the little monster at Politicon, will be in attendance tomorrow and is expected to speak.
Baby Trump arrives a day after suspected would-be assassin, Cesar Sayoc, was arrested on Friday morning, his truck adorned with right-wing Republican and Trump slogans (including “CNN Sucks” stickers and the head of Hillary Clinton in the crosshatches of a sniper scope) and his social media full of Donald Trump pronouncements.
Trump continues to blame the media and Democrats while the White House says the President will not tone down the rhetoric that inspired the attempted assassin.
Trump tweeted that the bombs were fake news just last night. “Funny how lowly rated CNN, and others, can criticize me at will, even blaming me for the current spate of Bombs and ridiculously comparing this to September 11th and the Oklahoma City bombing, yet when I criticize them they go wild and scream, ‘it’s just not Presidential!'”
Trump, in his many public remarks, has never mentioned the names of any bomb recipients. As he left the White House tonight for a rally in North Carolina he was asked if he intended to at least reach out to the former Presidents who were targeted. “I’ll probably pass,” he said.