The company that runs the gallery hosting the pro-Trump art exhibition titled “Daddy Will Save Us” has announced that all rental fees from the event will go to the Hillary Clinton campaign.
A flyer found outside the gallery can be seen below. The flyer states in bold letters that the company that runs the gallery, WallPlay, supports free expression but does not support Trump.
The art show featured pieces from Gavin McInnes and Martin Shkreli, as well as a performance art piece featuring Breitbart’s MILO drenched in pig’s blood.
The flyer states, “We do not support hysteria, hate or censorship,” and provides a contact email for anyone that wishes to question the company’s decision which can be seen at the bottom of the flyer.
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