Amber Randall, DCNF
An online shopping platform allows users to purchase pinatas of the severed heads of President Donald Trump and Kellyanne Conway.
Customers are able to purchase a pinata replica of Trump’s bloodied head on Etsy, much like the one comedian Kathy Griffin held in a controversial photo.
“This Kathy Griffin Commemorative Donald J Trump paper mache severed head piñata is perfect for all parties! From 3rd grade pizza parties to Kwanza it’s a family favorite! Handmade by yours truly. Hate to love her or love to hate her this piñata is for you!” the item description reads.
— Yasmin Rumkowski (@YasminRumkowski) May 31, 2017
Only one pinata is available for $500. The seller, Yasmin Rumkowski, notes that the “blood of the innocent” is not included in the pinata.
“Please note: head does not come pre-filled with the blood of the innocent,” Rumkowski writes.
Rumkowski is also selling a pinata of Conway’s severed head for $150 through Etsy. The pinata is perfect to release “sociocultural frustration” at a party, Rumkowski says.
“Beat this paper mache severed head of Kellyanne Conway at your next party! She is SUCH a stupid wanker and this is the perfect gift to vent some sociocultural frustration. Fuck the Trump administration!” the item description reads.
Rumkowski’s profile on Etsy reveals complete contempt for the Trump administration. Her background photo is a picture of Trump at his inauguration with “Douchebags” scrawled across it in red.
Etsy did not respond to The Daily Caller News Foundation’s request for comment in time for publication.
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