Someone paid for an Arabic billboard just to troll Donald Trump - and its message is brilliant
A new billboard has appeared, on the westbound I-94 in Dearborn, Michigan, near Detroit, which reads largely in Arabic and concerns Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
An Anti-Trump billboard spotted in Dearborn along I-94 that reads "Donald Trump: He can't read this, but he is afraid of it" pic.twitter.com/HBhhS7L37z
— Siraj Hashmi October 17, 2016
The poster declares it was funded by 'The Nuisance Committee', Cards Against Humanity's anti-Trump political action group.
It's unusual that the makers of that particular game want to take down the barrel-torso'd billionaire insult-machine... but anyway.
The billboard was announced with a press release which said it targeted:
Arabic-speaking voters in the Detroit area and encourages others, who don't speak Arabic but are curious about its message, to ask a friend what it says.
If you were interested, the billboard reads:
Donald Trump: He can't read this, but he is afraid of it.
Which is pretty subversive. It of course references Trump's many Islamophobic and racist comments and policies.