Not since the Tiananmen Square student terrorists in 1989 has the world known a perfectly still object as dangerous as “Fearless Girl,” a statue in New York placed in front of the “Charging Bull” statute. The iconic bovine was created by artist Arturo Di Modica and placed on Wall Street after the stock market crashes in the late 1980s.
Lawyers for the Goldman Sachshole artist said that “Fearless Girl” has subverted the bull’s meaning, which Mr. Di Modica defined as “freedom in the world, peace, strength, power and love.” but that doesn’t make any fucking sense at all.
Yellow, Commie Snowflake, Di Modica’s lawyer fears ‘Charging Bull’ no longer carries a positive, optimistic message,” and that Mr. Di Modica’s work “has been transformed into a negative force and a threat.” because charging bulls are seen as rainbows, sunshine and a bouquet of daisies, especially when placed on the most notorious street known to be populated by venture vultures and pension vampires and was erected to usher in Reaganomics, a policy of union busting, trickle or “piss on you” economics, a cruel defunding of America’s mental health institutions giving birth to a homeless epidemic and the repeal of regulations that were made in the wake of the great depression.
We asked President Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin’s sloppy seconds, for his opinion on the statue but he was unavailable. Actually, we didn’t bother. We just wanted to use the term Putin’s sloppy seconds. What a cuck.
Chelsea Clinton and the actress Jessica Chastain posted on Twitter expressing support for the statue which the New York Times referenced because people have Google alerts for them and journalistic integrity is measured in clicks. They didn’t reference the following things that are not in the news but would work just as well to that end like Justin Beiber’s underwear leak, a new Star Wars Episode 8 trailer, the Fappening 3, LeBron James’ injury, shocking Walking Dead spoilers and something about Amy Schumer’s positive body image.