CHICAGO PLANS ‘MASS MOONING’ OF TRUMP TOWER TO FORCE RELEASE OF TRUMP’S TAX RETURNS

Some Chicagoans are so desperate to see President Donald Trump’s financial records, they’re willing to drop trou in the middle of a Midwestern deep freeze.

On Sunday, February 12, at 4 in the afternoon, more than 500 Chicagoans say they’ll participate in a “Mass Mooning” of the downtown Trump Tower, dropping their pants in protest of Trump’s secretive tax documents.

Two thousand others are “interested” in the event, according to its Facebook page, which specifies that group mooning is protected First Amendment speech according to a 2006 court case in Maryland.

But prospective mooners are also warned that their bare backsides could be filmed—the event is hosted by something called SH#!Show, a Chicago-based comedy troupe that produces “satirical videos” for its Facebook page.

The organizer, comedian Bailey Davis, says the event is designed to draw Trump’s attention in ways average protests probably couldn’t. “Certain things get people on their feet. Not everybody is going to watch 60 Minutes because they think it’s boring,” Davis told local media. “If you ridicule him or make him feel like he’s the loser, that’s how he blows up. That’s what makes The Donald implode.”

Some Chicagoans are so desperate to see President Donald Trump’s financial records, they’re willing to drop trou in the middle of a Midwestern deep freeze.

On Sunday, February 12, at 4 in the afternoon, more than 500 Chicagoans say they’ll participate in a “Mass Mooning” of the downtown Trump Tower, dropping their pants in protest of Trump’s secretive tax documents.

Two thousand others are “interested” in the event, according to its Facebook page, which specifies that group mooning is protected First Amendment speech according to a 2006 court case in Maryland.

But prospective mooners are also warned that their bare backsides could be filmed—the event is hosted by something called SH#!Show, a Chicago-based comedy troupe that produces “satirical videos” for its Facebook page.

The organizer, comedian Bailey Davis, says the event is designed to draw Trump’s attention in ways average protests probably couldn’t. “Certain things get people on their feet. Not everybody is going to watch 60 Minutes because they think it’s boring,” Davis told local media. “If you ridicule him or make him feel like he’s the loser, that’s how he blows up. That’s what makes The Donald implode.”

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