Trump just stunned the nation by tweeting out bizarre, horrifying graphic of the wall he wants

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As Senate Republicans desperately negotiate to try to reach some kind of deal to placate the president and keep the government funded so everyone can go home for the holidays, President Trump has been tirelessly working the phones and carefully considering his options to avoid a self-inflicted humiliation and so that hundreds of thousands of federal workers don’t have to go through Christmas without pay.

Just kidding. He’s been dreaming of a white America and lusting for his beautiful wall. The president took to Twitter and shared this horrifying image with the nation, ostensibly a “design” of a “steel flats wall” that appears to have been made of clip-art from the late 90s’.

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Where even to begin?

The most appalling part of it is obviously the highlighted close up of the sharp spikes on the top, which is meant to conjure images of impaled migrants in the minds of vicious racists.

It’s unclear how this wall would be so “totally effective” either, seeing as it appears one could simply dig under it or perhaps ram the poles with some kind of wheeled vehicle.

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Beauty, is of course, in the eye of the beholder, but this author fails to see how anyone but a heartless sociopath could look at this and see anything but the bars of an enormous jail cell topped with medieval instruments of cruelty.

Social media users were utterly dumbfounded, and quickly let the president know what they thought of it.

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Natalie Dickinson

Natalie is a staff writer for the Washington Press. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been freelance blogging and writing for progressive outlets ever since.

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