A protestor in Inflatable Baby Trump Costume Mocks Former President Outside Courthouse

In a quirky display of protest, a demonstrator donning an inflatable baby Donald Trump costume was seen taunting the former president outside a courthouse in Washington, D.C. on Thursday. A video capturing the scene went viral on social media, showcasing the man in the costume humorously lamenting about going to prison ahead of the ex-president’s court hearing.

The light-hearted yet attention-grabbing protest caught the eyes of passersby and social media users, adding a touch of levity to the serious atmosphere surrounding the legal proceedings. The demonstrator’s antics have sparked conversations and reactions across the online community.

“No! I can’t go to jail. I’m all fluffy. Don’t take advantage of me,” the protestor said, pretending to be Trump.

A woman wearing pink with a sign strapped to her body ushered the person in the costume through the crowd. The orange costume had a dissatisfied expression and a bib with the word “loser” in capital letters.

“You have to be held accountable,” the woman in pink said to the person in the Trump costume. “You incited an uprising.”

Photographers surrounded the costumed man as he flailed his arms and continued to shout.

President Trump was indicted Tuesday for a third time after receiving a target letter from special prosecutor Jack Smith mid-July. Trump’s charges relate to his alleged involvement in the Jan. 6 incident and beliefs about the 2020 election results.

The former president is scheduled to appear in court Thursday at 4 p.m., according to NBC 4 Washington. Barriers were reportedly placed outside the courthouse and Capital.

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