A dark cloud of devastation and fear has been looming over America in the weeks since Donald Trump won the presidential election.
At this point, many Americans have tried to turn their attention to the holidays in an attempt to find some joy amid this confusing and chaotic time. However, Trump's ridiculous antics are now affecting Christmas.
Following Thanksgiving, families often prepare for the "most wonderful time of the year" by erecting their Christmas trees and gathering family and friends to decorate them. It seems that Trump wants people to embrace his presidency by hanging an ornament in the likeness of his "Make America Great Again" hats on their trees.
Adding insult to injury, the ornaments are being sold for a whopping $150. The Amazon listing reads: "Get in the Christmas spirit with your very own Make America Great Again Red Cap Collectible Ornament. Made of brass and finished in 14 karat gold, this ornament is sure to make any tree stand out."
Why anyone would want a 14 karat gold Trump ornament — no one knows, but people seem to be buying them because they are sold out on Amazon. The trinket, however, is still available on Trump's website.
Naturally, the internet saw this as a perfect opportunity to troll the President-elect. People who haven't even purchased the product have been writing Amazon reviews of it, which are more or less just clever jabs directed at Trump and his campaign.
The ornament has received a sad 1.5 star rating but garnered nearly 1,500 customer reviews. One reviewer named Emily wrote, "It tried to put my nativity figures into an internment camp. Would not buy again."
Swell Gal Mary said, "It called Mary a nasty woman, told Joseph to go back where he came from, built a wall around the manger, and then when you press it it sings, "I'm Dreaming Of A Totally White Christmas."
While the election-related digs are hilarious and witty, not many people bothered to note how absurd it is for a Christmas tree ornament to cost $150 in the first place.
We know Trump is known for his upscale hotels, but people shelling out almost $200 for luxury ornaments shaped as baseball caps goes too far.
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