Paging Mr. Robespierre. A mock Donald Trump effigy (unfortunately not a piñata), was hung and beheaded on the steps of Salt Lake City's city hall building (below) on Friday afternoon, in part of a nationwide fit of anger against the Republican presidential candidate. Earlier in the procedings, the Trump effigy was a little bit more recognizable, as can be seen in the video above.
"How can Trump run a country when he can’t even do his hair right!?" yells a man who according to reporting from The American Mirror, and confirmed by his Twitter profile, is a barista at a local Starbucks (below).
Nicole Vowell of KSL 5 tweeted several videos of protesters standing on the steps of city hall Friday.
"Yes that's me," the man posted on Twitter that afternoon. "AND I JUST LED A REVOLUTION"
His Twitter biography states: "smile ,do a pushup, sing a song, make a joke, eat some food❤️ ... Barista @starbucks"
"What's the biggest threat in the world today?" chanted more protesters earlier. "Donald Trump in the U.S.A."
"Alright, I'm going to do it one more time, and then pass it off to my comrade over here."
Video recorded here...