University of Alaska Anchorage Hangs a Painting of Decapitated President Trump

Currently, the University of Alaska Anchorage has a painting of decapitated President Trump on their wall. Even worse, the painting is by their professors.

Per The Libertarian Republican:

The University of Alaska Anchorage is displaying a professor’s painting that depicts Captain America holding the severed head of President Donald Trump, reports Campus Reform.

The work, created by Assistant Professor of Painting Thomas Chung, is being presented as part of a month-long faculty art exhibition in the university’s fine arts gallery, reports KTUU.

“It’s an image of the actor who plays Captain America, and two eagles are sort of screaming into his ears, and he’s holding the severed head of Trump, and there’s a young Hillary Clinton clinging to his leg,” Chung said to describe his painting, according to Campus Reform. “I was reminded of those 80’s rock posters, where there’s a woman in tattered clothes clinging to a strong male hero’s leg.”

Here is the “artwork” that the University of Alaska Anchorage refuses to take down.

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