Various cities in Mexico celebrate Easter Eve by burning some pretty effing cool effigies to symbolize Jesus's triumphs over evil. And in 2016, Mexicans in the city of Monterrey felt that evil incarnate looked a lot like Donald Trump, who has been literally insulting Mexicans since he announced his candidacy, building his campaign around building a wall to keep them out of the States.
“For Latinos here and in the U.S., he’s a danger, a real threat,” Leonardo Linares, an effigy-maker, told The Washington Post, “He’s a good man to burn as a Judas.”
The people in Monterrey made this touching tribute to Trump in a daytime parade that's unlike anything you've seen even in this fiery campaign.
Paraders in Mexico City burned a Trumpfigy that bore an even stronger likeness to the candidate.
Mexican's set fire to an effigy of Donald Trump during Holy week celebrations pic.twitter.com/8LaxSScSBN— HuffPostUK Pictures (@HuffPostUKPics) March 27, 2016