Professor’s Painting of a Decapitated Donald Trump Displayed as Artistic Expression

When Murderous Political Opinion is Passed Off as Artistic Expression


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By —— Bio and Archives April 21, 2017

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What do you get when you send out political opinion masquerading as contemporary ‘Art’?

A painting, depicting a decapitated President Donald Trump, riding full-bore on a pale horse supposedly stressing the importance of “protecting even objectionable artistic expression”.  That’s what!

“I looked, and behold, an ashen horse; and he who sat on it had the name Death; and Hades was following with him. Authority was given to them over a fourth of the earth, to kill with sword and with famine and with pestilence and by the wild beasts of the earth. “— Revelation 6:7-8 NASB.

What do you term a center of learning refusing to remove one of its own professor’s graphic painting depicting a decapitated Donald Trump?

An atmosphere like the one provided worldwide by ISIS, who force their beliefs down the throats of others. That’s what!

The professor’s painting the University of Alaska at Anchorage is refusing to remove “shows a nude Captain America (as portrayed by liberal actor Chris Evans) standing on a pedestal and holding Donald Trump’s head by the hair. The head drips blood onto Hillary Clinton, who is reclining provocatively in a white pant suit, clinging to Captain America’s leg. Eagles scream into Captain America’s ear, and a dead bison lies at his feet.” (HeatStreet, April 20, 2017)

The painting, created by Prof. Thomas Chung, stands in ‘full gory’ as part of the university’s art exhibition this month.

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