CALL TO DIG.
Do we know who paid and arranged for this statue of DJT at CPAC?
The statue was made by Tommy Zegan.
This statue is actually the “mold” that was used to make the “real” statue, which is made of stainless steel and weighs 600 pounds. The artist hopes that the statue will end up in the Trump Presidential Library. This statue, which weighs 200 pounds, is for sale and Zegan is asking for $100,000. He received an offer of $80,000 but the offer was withdrawn due to the pandemic.
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“This statue is actually the “mold” that was used to make the “real” statue, which is made of stainless steel and weighs 600 pounds. The artist hopes that statue will end up in the Trump Presidential Library. This statue, which weighs 200 pounds, is for sale and Zegan is asking for $100,000. He received an offer of $80,000 but the offer was withdrawn due to the pandemic.
Fox Nation is a sponsor of CPAC 2021.”
There’s your answer. Fuck News paid for it.
Who paid for the Odal Rune stage construct?
oh, that’s right, it was those fat Republican cucks at CPAC.
The guy explains why he built it.. I don’t feel like this is actually a conservative thing … but whatever they want to pretend
Tommy Zegan, the artist who made it, is an ex-pat living in Mexico. He told Politico that it took him more than six months to make it with the help of three men in Rosarito, Mexico. Trump is depicted in the statue wearing American-flag shorts with a suit jacket. The former president also rocks beach sandals and a magic wand.
Last year, Zegan attempted to enter Mar-a-Lago on Trump’s birthday to present him the original sculpture . However, he couldn’t get past security . The artist told Fox News that throughout the Trump presidency, he saw countless signs, balloons and effigies of the 45th POTUS portraying him in a bad light, such as the “Baby Trump” balloon. “Is this the best the art community can do?” Zegan remembered wondering. “So, I said I can do better.”
“He’s wearing a business suit because he’s a businessman. The red tie represents the Republican party, the red white and blue shorts represent the fact that he’s a patriot,” Zegan told the New York Post. The fiberglass statue was moved to Tampa, Florida, and painted before it was dispatched to the CPAC.
Zegan said he wasn’t a “big supporter” of Trump when he voted for him in 2016. “I mean I voted for him because I wasn’t going to vote for Hillary. So I voted for him, but I didn’t really care for him. I used to watch ‘The Apprentice’ but I would turn it off halfway. I thought, ‘This is stupid’,” he said.
According to Zegan, he has made another $50,000 version of the statue out of stainless steel that he hopes to have installed in a future Trump Presidential Library. He said he’s already in touch with Trump’s executive assistant Rhona Graff about the same. “She’s trying to get me in with the right people,” he told Politico.
Zegan explained to the outlet that there is a lot of “symbolism” in his golden tribute to Trump. While he reiterated that the suit represents his life as a businessman, the red tie is symbolic to the GOP, while his red, white, and blue shorts show that he’s a “patriot”, he added, “He’s wearing sandals because he should be retired and out on the beach somewhere at this point in his life but he’s not.”
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