Donald Trump Raped & Murdered? South Park Episode Kills Presidential Election Candidate

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In the latest “South Park” episode, the character of Presidential Election Candidate Donald Trump was destroyed as he was “raped and murdered” on the show.

The episode entitled “Where My Country Gone” featured South Park being ran by Canadian immigrants. A recurring character, Garrison, was fired from his teaching job. He learned the growing number of illegal Canadian immigrants to the US.

He then launched a campaign “to build a wall along [the] country’s north border.” He proposed to rape them all before building the big wall.

“After we’ve f*cked every last one of them to death, we build a big wall. And if anyone comes over the wall, we f*ck them to death, too!” Garrison said, notes Deadline.

A cartoon character named after Donald Trump was elected as President of Canada in the episode. He was mocked by a Canadian expat by saying:

“There were several candidates during the Canadian elections. One of them was this brash a**hole who just spoke his mind. He didn’t really offer any solutions, he just said outrageous things. We thought it was funny. Nobody really thought he’d ever be president. It was a joke! But we just let the joke go on for too long. He kept gaining momentum, and by the time we were ready to say, ‘OK, let’s get serious now, who should really be president?’ he was already being sworn into office. We weren’t paying attention… We weren’t paying attention!”

Garrison swore to kill Canadians he met, even Trump. He then arrived at Trump’s office where the leader was dancing. By the end of the episode, it showed Trump being brutally raped to death.

When Trump died, the immigrants returned home. And, Garrison selected Caitlyn Jenner as his running mate for the Presidential elections.

As posted on Deadline, it was reported that 1.5 million viewers have watched the episode premiere.

The Guardian noted the episode is said to parody “Trump’s stances on immigration and border security.” Trump was briefly featured on the show in 2001 but this episode was the first that “pointed jab at Trump.”

South Park is known for its satirical nature targeted to politicians and celebrities.

The real Donald Trump, however, has not made any comments on the episode.

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