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Well, That's One Way To Show Your Support For Trump

Well, That's One Way To Show Your Support For Trump

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Brian "Goober" Williamson showed his support for the newest President with a neck tattoo.

Over the weekend, several million people took to city streets across the country in order to protest the newly elected President Donald Trump. It was an amazing turnout that truly made history. People are feeling disenfranchised by the newly elected President and all of his proposed policies.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, there is Brian "Goober" Williamson. Goober is an ardent Trump supporter and wanted to show his faithfulness in a more permanent way. So he went out to a tattoo parlor and did this...

Brian "Goober" Williamson's Trump neck tattoo. #DonaldTrump #Trump

In case you couldn't tell, that's a fucking neck tattoo. Yup. A tattoo stamped across his neck of the new president's name. It's usually what The Donald does to a building he just erected, but this guy got it on his neck.

Look, I'm all for showing your support for whatever candidate you like, it's what makes us Americans. But I do think it rather... foolish to get the dude's name tattooed across your neck. I think it's weird to get any kind of tribute to a celebrity, but especially someone as polarizing and divisive as Donald Trump.

But Goober doesn't seem too worried about the whole situation. He told local news organization KCBD, "Mark my words, he's going to be the best president we've ever had."

Here's hoping, at least for your sake, Mr. Goober. 

Brian "Goober" Williamson. #DonaldTrump #Trump

As you can see, Goober did the interview in a Trump sweatshirt. Why he couldn't just stick with that, I have no idea. Buy seven of those shirts, and you can wear one every day and then do laundry. It's probably cheaper than getting a tattoo on your neck, plus if Trump does something fucked up, you can just take that shirt off.

You can't take off that tattoo as easily. 

Written byJoe

I'm Joe. I'm a comedian and writer from Baltimore. Follow me on Twitter @joewelkie

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