JAPANESE MAKE TRUMP EMPEROR DOLL TO PROTECT YOUNG GIRLS

He not only grabs pussies (with their full consent), he protects them as well.

Every year on March 3rd, Japan celebrates the Doll Festival (Hina Matsuri). Families traditionally set up a step-altar on which dolls, including dolls of the Emperor and Empress, are arranged. The dolls are supposed to bring good luck and protect the health and happiness of young girls -- some weird kind of Japanese voodoo thing! 

Now a traditional Japanese doll maker has recognised the victory of Donald Trump by making a Trump Emperor doll. The Trump doll, wearing  a gold and black kimono that perfectly matches his golden-haired head, was unveiled on Thursday (26th of January) by Kyugetsu Co. Ltd., a maker of traditional "hina" dolls.

The company often makes hina dolls of important political figures because, in Japanese culture, they are seen as powerful "minor deities" who can thus be invoked to protect young girls. 

Last year, however, they got it wrong when they made a doll of a spiritually impotent entity, namely two-time failed Presidential loser Hillary Clinton. 

Hisatoshi Yokoyama, a senior vice president of the company, explained that the company decided to make the Emperor doll of Trump because he is a potent figure for good in the World.

"There is talk about his derogatory comments about women, but we made this in the hope that he will make the world better," he told Reuters Television.
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