Missoula Pearl Jam poster criticized for appearing to portray Trump's corpse

Missoula Pearl Jam poster criticized for appearing to portray Trump's corpse

The release of a political poster depicting a burning White House is drawing a lot of fire online and maybe seeing some fans turn their back on the legendary group.

The poster has made headlines everywhere from local radio station KGVO to the Daily Wire to Fox News, who quoted Rosendale as responding: "Once again, Jon Tester has shown he will stand with the far-left over Montanans".

But it was this poster, sold at the venue last night that started generating debate Tuesday afternoon after it caught the attention of conservative media news outlets. Tester Evel Knievel on tractor ... over the cesspool below.

Chris Meagher, a spokesman for Tester, said the campaign purchased tickets at face value and paired them with tickets to a separate event as a "means to raise money for Tester's race against Matt Rosendale, the state auditor, who has the active support of Trump", the Washington Post reports.

"It will be as close to it as we can possibly get without it being a Jon Tester campaign rally", Pearl Jam bassist and Montana native, Jeff Ament, said. This poster from Pearl Jam is disgusting and reprehensible. In a statement accompanying the poster, Ament said, "We're at a tipping point and it's time to take action", calling Tester "the real deal". Jon Tester (D-Montana) in one of this year's most contentious Senate races are trying to tie his campaign to a Pearl Jam poster.

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Pearl Jam is receiving widespread backlash this week over an official poster promoting a show in Missoula, Montana.

The National Republican Senate Committee compared the poster to other examples of public figures "encouraging violence" against Trump, like an image of comedian Kathy Griffin holding up a bloody, fake Trump head. "Maryland Matt. Stars and Stripes as flames".

Many Pearl Jam fans have expressed shock and disappointment at the poster, and several have vowed to boycott future shows and albums.

While there has been no suggestion that Tester had input into the poster's design, Republicans are criticizing the red-state Democrat for failing to condemn its content.

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