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Cowardly Liberals Go Undercover In Trump Hotel And Release HELL On Guests – INSIDERS TO BE FIRED!

A collective group of anti-Trump “artists” known by the name Indecline pulled off a heist-style takeover in a Trump hotel in New York and it looks like they had help from inside! The group transformed a hotel room inside the hotel into an anti-Trump exhibit involving live rats and an impersonator dressed as President Donald Trump in golden handcuffs.

This is the same group responsible for the infamous naked statues of President Trump, as well as previously turning the president’s Westchester golf course into “Trump Cemetery.” They checked into a one-bedroom suite in the Trump International Hotel at approximately 4:00 P.M. EST on Thursday. Props and materials were smuggled into the hotel inside suitcases and other luggage.

The group of seven then set out to “dismantle everything” and they did so, making the room completely unrecognizable. They took apart furniture and took objects off the walls, stashing it all over the bedroom. The group then worked through the night hanging temporary wallpaper to make the walls appear as though they were cracked concrete and then erected a 5-feet-by-8-feet jail cell. Inside the “cell” McDonald’s wrappers were scattered and live rats were released.

The group “Trojan-horsed [their] way in” at the glitzy 59th Street hotel with the help of bellhops and other hotel personnel. An internal investigation is being conducted to determine the level of inside involvement and officials state appropriate action will be taken up to and including termination upon conclusion of the investigation.

One member of Indecline spoke of their belief if caught, they would have been arrested – “I’m sure police would be here and arrests would be made. There’s no irreparable damage, but the place is unrecognizable.”

The New York Daily News talked to an anonymous spokesperson for Indecline who refused to give their name about the exhibit:

Referring to Trump, the spokesperson stated: “We feel like he really is the embodiment of a rat in every way, shape or form,” adding that: “He’s the lowest of the low and we felt to imprison him with his own breed is only right.

Speaking about the exhibit itself, the spokesperson stated that: “We painted a picture that’s maybe part wishful thinking, part foreshadowing. We do feel like the noose is tightening.”

The Daily News also reported that this was not the first time that Indecline had “targeted” Trump. “The group unveiled an unflattering statue of a nude Donald Trump in Union Square last August,” and “In January, they set up a ‘Trump Cemetery’ at his New Jersey golf club.”

Indecline posted a video documenting the exhibit on their Instagram account along with the following text:

“This clip does not do this insane project justice.

On March 29th, #INDECLINE checked into a suite at the Trump International Hotel in New York City. Over the course of 24 hours, the collective clandestinely erected an unauthorized, large-scale art installation entitled, “The People’s Prison”. In addition to the installation, 13 American artists were chosen to paint portraits on American Flags, each one representing a different iconic freedom fighter or activist. Select media outlets were invited to attend and report on the private unveiling.

This project celebrates America’s long and vibrant history of political activism, poetic dissidence and radical thinking and serves as a call to all artists to engage in direct action against President Trump, his administration and their fanatical followers. “The People’s Prison” will be recreated in its entirely at @gallery30south in Pasadena in April. Please stay tuned for information on opening night. All flags will be on sale with proceeds going to charities chosen by each artist.

Special Thanks to the amazing hotel staff at @trumpnyc. We couldn’t have done this without you. Power to the People.”

*Please watch the full length video and share! This clip does not do this insane project justice. Link in bio. On March 29th, #INDECLINE checked into a suite at the Trump International Hotel in New York City. Over the course of 24 hours, the collective clandestinely erected an unauthorized, large-scale art installation entitled, “The People’s Prison”. In addition to the installation, 13 American artists were chosen to paint portraits on American Flags, each one representing a different iconic freedom fighter or activist. Select media outlets were invited to attend and report on the private unveiling. This project celebrates America’s long and vibrant history of political activism, poetic dissidence and radical thinking and serves as a call to all artists to engage in direct action against President Trump, his administration and their fanatical followers. “The People’s Prison” will be recreated in its entirely at @gallery30south in Pasadena in April. Please stay tuned for information on opening night. All flags will be on sale with proceeds going to charities chosen by each artist. Special Thanks to the amazing hotel staff at @trumpnyc. We couldn’t have done this without you. Power to the People. Artists: @jessehazelip @mollycrabapple @ann.lew.is @theother_twistedsister @panikcollective @beezle138 @randy_janson @cutanddestroy @aware_indecline @dannygreenart @gabelarson @banditstreetart @lmnopimaize Soundtrack: “Revolutionary Soundscape” by @ryder_reynolds

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The West Coast-based group states it considers President Trump “to be the embodiment of every single unethical, arrogant American attitude that there is” and their reason for staging this “exhibit” inside of the Trump International Hotel. The group then pulled another all-nighter and dismantled the exhibit.

The group chose to let in a small and select group of press into the exhibit for a small window of time in order to take pictures and once published brought hotel staff and authorities to the room, where they found a normal room and creating quite the furor.

Page Six reports there were “no ‘scares’ with unexpected housekeeping visits or other unwanted interruptions.The source said that because they paid for the room and they left everything as they found it, no laws had been broken. ‘The big question is the rats,’ said one, ‘They’re not emotional support rats. I’m sure it’s a health code violation, but I’m not sure what kind.’A group member told us, ‘The fun part is that when they do see what happened [in the press], they’re going to come rushing up here and find a totally normal room.’

They even held a short exhibition for a select group of press from 7 until 10 p.m. on Friday night, during which a Trump impersonator sat in the cell wearing golden handcuffs.

Another part of the installation — set up in the entryway — featured 13 works based on the American flag, but showing “revolutionary” figures including the journalist Hunter S. Thompson, activist Angela Davis, philosopher Noam Chomsky, Muhammad Ali, Edward Snowden and the historian Howard Zinn.

A group member told us the project was designed to ‘celebrate the United States’ history of activism and protest.’

They added that the flags — which have each been created by different artists — feature ‘people who inspire us to continue the fight in this era. We’re going through turbulent times, specifically because of Donald Trump, who we consider to be the embodiment of every single unethical, arrogant American attitude that there is.’”

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