This was inevitable. In its second episode of the season, ‘South Park’ took on Donald Trump– and it was pretty shocking, even by ‘South Park’ standards, as the spoof depicted Trump getting raped and murdered.
Now in its 19th season, we all know that no one is safe from the South Park treatment– especially those who continue to outrage the country on a daily (hourly?) basis. On the comedy’s Sept. 23 episode, Donald Trump was targeted, as were his, uh, controversial views on immigration, which served as the basis for the plot. The episode got more and more outrageous, until it culminated with Trump getting raped and then killed by Mr. Garrison. It sounds too crazy to be true right? Well trust us, it is.
The episode, called “Where My Country Gone” (which is a clear take on Trump’s actual presidential slogan, “Make America Great Again”), featured Trump ironically becoming president of Canada. When the Canadians become distraught due to Trump’s politics, they begin to either kill themselves or flee to America.
Fed up with all the new immigrants, Mr. Garrison decides to run for president, however, his tactics are unsurprisingly brutish.”After we’ve f–ked every last one of them to death, we build a big wall,” Garrison says. “And if anyone comes over the wall, we f–k them to death, too!”
Turns out, Mr. Garrison meant that very literally. He sneaks over to Canada with the intent to kill any Canadian in his path– including Trump. Garrison sneaks up to Trump’s office, where he rapes Trump before killing him. Yeah, seriously.
Back in the U.S., a Canadian immigrant says to a neighbor, “Did you hear the good news? The Canadian president has been f–ked to death!”
What do you think of South Park‘s Trump takedown? Was it hilarious or too offensive?
— Casey Mink