Democrats Attempt to Trademark The Slogan "F*** The President"

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Yesterday The Democratic National Committee filed paperwork with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to trademark the slogan “F*** The President”, claiming they originated the phrase, have been using it publicly for quite some time, and now intend to prevent anyone else from using it.

“We were clearly the first to use this slogan, so we already have legal ‘common-law rights’ to it,” said a DNC spokesperson. “This filing simply further solidifies our legal position.”

The DNS spokesperson supported the “first use” claim by citing numerous examples:

In 2016, rapper YG released a protest song "FDT" ("F- Donald Trump"). Today it’s the #1 song on iTunes.

In 2018, the Huffington Post praised a homeless rapper for writing “F-Trump” in graffiti all over Washington DC, calling it a “street art anthem”.

In 2019, UFC fans at Madison Square Garden yelled the “F-Trump!” lyrics of the YG song at the President himself.

In 2020, the Los Angeles art gallery iam8bit launched f***, a hybrid virtual exhibition and protest where all of the works read “F-Trump”.

Today, Etsy sells “F-Trump” decals. You can also buy “F-Trump” t-shirts, “F-Trump” throw pillows, and “F-Trump” wall tapestries.

“Not to mention all the “F-Trump” signs seen at Democratic protests,” the DNC spokesperson added.

“Whether it’s Robert De Niro at the Tony awards, Eminem at a concert in England, or Roger Waters on his ‘Us + Them’ tour,” said the DNC spokesperson, “it’s pretty clear that yelling ‘F*** the President’ is a well-established slogan of the Democratic Party.”

“This filing provides us with legal protection, so no one else can use either this phrase, any variants that refer to any specific President, or any euphemisms such as ‘Let’s Go Brandon’.”

“It’s a Democrat slogan to say ‘F*** the President. If any Republican tries to say that about a Democratic President, we’ll sue them.”

- The Satirized Evening Post
December 28, 2021

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