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Anti-Trump PAC’s New Campaign Ad Shows Muslims, Breastfeeding Moms and Minorities Teaming Up to “F-bomb” Trump’s Offensive Language About Them - with Offensive Words of Their Own

Democratic PAC Launches Viral Campaign That Also Features Latinos, Gays, Women, Asians, Blacks, Jews, Heavyset and Disabled People Comedically Cursing Out Trump for His Comments

Los Angeles, CA – January 20, 2016 –  What would it look like if every minority group that Donald Trump has insulted with rude and offensive comments teamed up to “trash talk” the Republican frontrunner using some rude and offensive words of their own? Democratic-funded PAC,, humorously answers that question in a new attack ad from the director who’s political spots Trump has slammed as “disgraceful.”

Angered by Trump’s never-ending string of racist, sexist, homophobic and bullying comments targeting everybody from Muslims to people with disabilities, Democratic activists with, today launched a new viral campaign ad targeting the GOP standard-bearer. The video is the work of viral director, Luke Montgomery, whom the LA Times describes as “the director of the video that took the Internet by storm.” His recent anti-Trump “Deport Racism” campaign ad grabbed global headlines showing swearing Latino kids, with Donald Trump himself going on Fox Business News to attack as “terrible.”

The ad features a diverse and multi-ethnic cast made up of the groups of people Trump has insulted, each wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with the campaign’s slogan “Tuck Frump,” a humorous twist on the reality-star-turned-presidential-hopeful’s name and a certain four-letter expletive. In the video’s sarcastic profanity-filled rants, they each take the tycoon to task for his laundry list of offensive comments - from calling breastfeeding moms “disgusting,” to mocking disabled people at rallies, to tweeting neo-Nazi racist graphics about Blacks and calling for a ban on Muslims entering the U.S. The “punching back with profanity” ad is part of a strategy to engage and enrage younger voters to mobilize against Trump and the direction he is leading the Republican party.


Quotes from the Video “Tuck Frump: Teaming Up to Tell Trump Off” 

Breastfeeding Mother (while breastfeeding): “You’ve called breastfeeding mothers ‘disgusting’ which is ignorant and rude as sh*t. It’s a natural and loving act of a mother, motherf*cker. Don’t like it? Suck my tit.”

Muslim Man & Woman: “You want to ban Muslims from coming here? What kind of f*cker attacks refugees who are homeless and downtrodden, idiotically comparing grandmas and orphans to f*cking Osama Bin Laden?”

4 Year-Old Girl: “Mommy says ‘if you don’t have anything nice to say, you should’t say anything at all.’ So Donald Trump needs to shut the f*ck up.”

Gay Man: “You said you ‘hated’ gays like me getting the equal right to marry my husband, who’s the love of my life. Hypocritically calling yourself a marriage ‘traditionalist’ while your on your f*cking third wife?!”


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The controversial curse-filled video made headlines before it even was filmed with a story in the LA Times based off a leaked casting call, as well as a TV crew from Inside Edition filming interviews with the cast and the behind the scenes making of the election attack ad to air as a special segment timed with the video’s launch. 

Campaign manager Luke Montgomery stated, “Trump is a bigoted billionaire bully who thinks he can beat up on Muslims and other minorities, and the campaign video is all about giving people a voice so they can  bash the bully back as simply as hitting ‘share’ on Facebook. Donald Trump has made politics rude and offensive and we’re fighting fire with fire by using some bad words for a good cause.”

The campaign is the brainchild of democratic activist Luke Montgomery, the director whose “Deport Racism” campaign was behind the strategy that pushed Larry David into mockingly calling Trump a racist during his opening monologue while hosting Saturday Night Live, in a joking response to a widely reported $5,000 “bounty” paid to anyone interrupting the live broadcast of the NBC show calling Trump “racist.” No stranger to creating controversy for a cause, Montgomery’s edgy gender equality ad, “Potty-Mouth Princesses,” was described by Entertainment Tonight as “the hottest topic on the planet.” The F-bomb-filled comedic video was named by as the #1 viral ad of October 2014 with over 35 million views—23 million from two Facebook posts alone.

The group is rallying support around the hashtag #TuckFrump on social media and offers campaign buttons, bumper stickers and a line of T-shirts that read “Tuck Frump” and feature a small logo made from a cartoon of Trump’s angry yelling face. The PAC also gives away free “Tuck Frump” bumper stickers, campaign signs and spray paint street art stencils to help get the word out. PAC (Political Action Committee) is a strategic democratic effort to move, motivate and inspire younger voters to fight back against Republican Donald Trump’s racism, sexism, homophobia and bullying in the 2016 election.  As a Federal Election Commission (FEC) officially registered independent expenditure committee (Committee ID: C00600767), the PAC’s campaign does not make contributions to, or coordinate its spending with any candidates or candidate’s committees.