One perk of living inside the United States is a citizen’s inalienable right to protest in any manner which they see fit, as long as the protest does not cause physical harm to the object of the protester. A hilarious form of protest has recently sprung up in the Washington, D.C. area which has equated President-elect Donald Trump with that of a portable toilet. One struggles to think of a more fitting example of how the majority of the world perceives Trump and his incoming presidency.
A company called “Don’s Johns” is a provider of portable toilets in Washington D.C., and they even provided the units which were used during President Barack Obama’s 2009 inauguration celebration. Now the company finds themselves in the proverbial hot seat again, as they have been tapped to provide facilities for Trump’s inauguration too. However, the company’s logo has been humorously vandalized. The scene was captured by an apt Twitter denizen:
— Michael (@mikeytheshow) January 13, 2017
The boss in charge of Don’s Johns, Robert Weghorst, says they have not given permission for their portable toilets to be defaced:
We didn’t authorize anyone to cover them up. We’re trying to get to the bottom of it. We’ve never run into this before, someone placing this ugly blue tape over the logo.
Perhaps this scenario will remain an unsolved mystery, but for the time being it is certainly a greatly humorous one.