In the face of the rise of white supremacy in Trump's America, racists are finally collecting the courage to take to the streets to dismantle multiracial and multicultural harmony in the name of their white pride beliefs. So I made this design to let those in and out of the white supremacy closet where I stand, and wanted to also share this sentiment to be expressed by others who are not going to stand for white power, Nazi garbage.
Tags: end-racism, racism, black-lives-matter, stop-racism, white-supremacy
Everyone's known it from the moment he lost the popular vote in November 2016, President Donald Trump will surely manage to do something to get himself impeached before his first term is even over. With the never ending volume of breaking news concerning his campaign's possible collusion with Russia to meander in Hillary Clinton's campaign last year, including his multiple admissions of obstruction of justice regarding the FBI's investigation of Russia's hacking of DNC e-mail accounts - it stands to reason he will likely end up facing articles of impeachment. -- This shirt was designed in contrast to Alex Jones of InfoWars infamous and ridiculous "Hillary for Prison 2016" shirts which took directly from a design of one of Hillary's campaign admats; hence this design is a take on one of The Donald's campaign admats as well. America can do better, and Congress should do right by Americans. Impeach Trump in 2017!
Tags: president, trump, anti-trump, donald-trump, not-my-president
The Kansas City Kings were a former NBA basketball team originating as the Rochester Seagrams in 1923 before becoming a part of the NBA as the Rochester Royals in 1945, then eventually the Cleveland Royals before relocating to Kansas City in 1972, changing their team name to the Kings, as to not create confusion with the Kansas City Royals MLB baseball team, and officially starting as the Kansas City-Omaha Kings and eventually settling as just Kansas City Kings in 1975. The team relocated to Sacramento, CA in 1985 and has remained there since, but Kansas City still holds a deep seat in its heart for the former team that consisted of star players such as Nate Archibald and Toby Kimball. The Kings are also one of the longest running NBA franchises in history. This take on the logo is done in the same Royal Blue/Gold color palette as currently used for the Kansas City Royals.
Tags: sports, national-basketball-association, nba, basketball, kansas-city-royals