A New Pearl Jam Tour Poster Depicts Donald Trump’s Rotting Corpse

A New Pearl Jam Tour Poster Depicts Donald Trump’s Rotting Corpse

The poster was circulated to promote Pearl Jam's show in Missoula, Mont., on Monday, which doubled as a fundraiser for the reelection of Democrat senator Jon Tester.

There was no mistake Monday's Pearl Jam concert in Washington Grizzly Stadium had political overtones, complete with "Rock 2 Vote" signups, and another show backing Senator Jon Tester's re-election bid.

The poster's message is incredibly clear, with flames spelling out the word "vote", while also including images of other U.S. senators, including Jon Tester and Republican challenger Matt Rosendale. "We're at a tipping point and it's time for action". Check out the poster below.

Pearl Jam have a fervent fanbase, the kind that arrives early and lines up at the merch stands hours before the show is set to begin. Why?

Beneath that smoke is a burning White House.

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Tester's Republican opponent, Montana State Auditor Matt Rosendale, also is depicted with a crab claw for a hand and carrying a "Maryland" flag, a reference to Rosendale's native state. "It's time for @JonTester to denounce this act of violence and blatant display of extremism!". The committee compared it to other examples of public figures "encouraging violence" against Trump, like Griffin's photo.

Ament told The Associated Press in April that the band wanted to use the Montana concert to support local advocacy groups, encourage voter participation and boost Tester's campaign.

A spokesman for Tester did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Wednesday.

It depicts a White House in flames, with Trump's skeleton face down on the ground reaching for a briefcase with a hammer and sickle on it.

While it doesn't seem as though Pearl Jam are too fussed by the criticism coming their way, it remains to be seen what Donald Trump will have to say about the scene depicted in the above poster.

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