Video: "What would a Trump presidency look like?" many of us have been wondering, in decreasingly hypothetical terms. Now, in all its bubblegum-tinted glory, we know beyond a shadow of a doubt that if elected, Donald J. Trump will pilot an enormous mecha in his likeness, use it to construct his long-threatened wall and then destroy both the wall and the planet it was built on with a sweet-as-hell laser blast. Yes this video is wonderfully weird (and check out those production values) but it was not created in a vacuum. Unless you're counting the vacuum of space, where this video, and democracy as we know it, both end. Mike Diva has also created a number of Vaporwave-inspired videos, as well as the excellent short film GRRL SCOUTS, which you ought to stuff into your brain at your earliest convenience.
So Here's Trump As A Giant Robot Blowing Up The Entire Earth
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