What’s the difference between a giant inflatable chicken behind White House and Jim Acosta?

Looks like the #Resistance is taking things up a notch.

Way up … in the form of a giant, inflatable chicken with golden Trump-esque hair that flew near the White House on Wednesday.

Something like that…

The giant chicken balloon was made in China and created by Casey Latiolais, a Seattle artist. It was placed on the Ellipse, near the Washington Monument south of the White House. Documentary filmmaker Taran Singh Brar, who purchased the balloon for $1,300, wanted to tell the world that he considers President Trump a “weak and ineffective leader.”

“He’s too afraid to release his tax returns, too afraid to stand up to Vladimir Putin and playing chicken with North Korea,” said Brar.

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The National Park Service and the Secret Service both granted Brar permits for the balloon.

“The tallest thing they usually allow on the Ellipse is the national Christmas tree. They gave me a waiver for the 30-foot chicken Don,” said the balloon’s owner.

Of course, the #Resistance might have forgotten one itty-bitty detail…

And yeah, a stunt like this probably isn’t the best idea…

And finally, the best tweet on the whole topic…

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