Pearl Jam Put Trump’s Rotting Corpse on Poster

Pearl Jam Put Trump’s Rotting Corpse on Poster

Pearl Jam Put Trump’s Rotting Corpse on Poster

Jon Tester (D-Mont.) supporters, images of the White House engulfed in flames and the remains of President Donald Trump being picked clean by an American bald eagle are on display.

Y'all Know The Deal, We're at a Tipping Point, And Its Time For Action. They, however, don't usually spark headlines or much acknowledgment at all outside of the Pearl Jam world. To promote the show, bassist Jeff Ament and artist Bobby Draws Skullz drew up some artwork that included graphic imagery of the White House on fire and the Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial cracked and breaking.

Earlier this year, Ament - who referenced "Russian money, golf courses and hookers" in his description of the poster - admitted he was keen to use the Montana concert to boost the Democrat campaign.

But here's where things get a little dicey: this concert held in Montana was also actually a fundraiser for Democratic senator, John Tester.

It's not just the memories of Monday night's Missoula concert sparking discussion of Pearl Jam.

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The poster's message is incredibly clear, with flames spelling out the word "vote", while also including images of other USA senators, including Jon Tester and Republican challenger Matt Rosendale. Tester Evel Knievel on tractor ... over the cesspool below. "Maryland Matt. Stars and Stripes as flames".

Hours later, Chris Meagher, a spokesman for Tester, said the campaign did not have input into the poster's design and did not approve of it. The committee compared it to other examples of public figures "encouraging violence" against Trump, like Griffin's photo.

Representatives for Tester did not immediately responded to Fox News' request for comment.

As expected, a number of fans have taken to social media to berate the band for their "insensitive" artwork, with the group's Instagram page now overrun with comments. He said he believed that the political climate had become too divisive.

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