Pussy Riot Releases Another Song About Donald Trump & The Powerful Imagery Does Not Hold Back — VIDEO

Just a few days after Pussy Riot dropped their "Straight Outta Vagina" music video, the Russian feminist pop group has made yet another political statement in the form of a new song called "Make America Great Again." However, despite their use of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's campaign slogan, the song is promoting everything but a world where Trump wins the election. With its blatant lyrics, visual directness, and a supposed view of what the results of the election may look like, Pussy Riot is urging Americans to "Make America Great Again" — by advising against voting for Trump.

With the world watching as America counts down the days until Nov. 8, Pussy Riot's latest statement piece strategically throws Trump's quotes and concepts spouted over the course of the election right into the faces of American voters. In doing so, they question what voters are really looking for in our next president. They sing,

What do you want your world to look like?What do you want it to be?

However, the song's questioning tone is only heightened by the video itself. With a variety of disturbing (granted, NSFW) images to go along with what's being said, Pussy Riot is reflecting a post-election America unlike anything anyone has ever seen before. All while placing their fictional Trump — and those who work for him — in arm cuffs, similar to the ones worn by Hitler and the Nazis during World War II. Lyrics include:

Let other people inListen to your womenStop killing black childrenMake America Great Again

But regardless of how the video's message makes you feel, there's one thing everyone can agree on: Political statements can't get blunter than this.

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Here are some of the most notable issues addressed in Pussy Riot's "Make America Great Again."

Immigration

In response to Trump's stance on border control, Pussy Riot went to extreme measures and showed a woman with a Russian passport getting branded as an "Outsider" upon entering the United States. This part of the video also helps reiterate the song's main verse on the topic, which states:

Do you know that a wall has two sides?And nobody is free?Did your mama come from MexicoPapa come from PalestineSneaking all through SyriaCrossing all the border lines

Body Shaming

After calling the 1996 Miss Universe winner, Alicia Machado, "Miss Piggy" and telling Howard Stern that "a woman who is very flat-chested is very hard to be a 10" in 2005, Pussy Riot reimagined how women's bodies will be treated during a Trump presidency with practices that include forced judgement, breast implants, and the branding of the words "Fat Pig" on anyone with whom the words may — in Trump's eyes – be deemed appropriate.

LGBTQ Rights

Over the years, Trump's views on the LGBTQ community have fluctuated. However, with his general Republican stance set on over-turning recent gay marriage laws, the branding tactics incited by Pussy Riot would continue for those in same-sex relationships. The video depicts one woman being branded a "pervert" for being a lesbian.

Sexual Abuse

When Trump's "grab them by the pussy" comments first emerged, they sparked a major response from women — and those against sexual abuse and harassment — around the world. So with a scene depicting the police forcefully removing a woman's panties, Pussy Riot is reiterating their thoughts and feelings expressed in the "Straight Outta Vagina" video.

Abortions

"There has to be some form of punishment [for the woman]" is a statement Trump made during an interview with MSNBC regarding his stance on abortion. What would a Trump-run country be like for women who have had one? Pussy Riot depicts a country where women must undergo highly invasive procedures, are publicly shamed for their decisions, and generally are not regarded as the human beings they are. If that's not terrifying, then I don't know what is.

Police Brutality

If the lyrics "Stop killing black children" weren't clear enough, there seems to be one recurring theme throughout this entire music video: police brutality. By obeying Trump's laws and beliefs through force, Pussy Riot imagines senseless police shootings, violence toward those taken into custody, and a general Nazi-like team acting on Trump's every word.

Pussy Riot's "Make America Great Again" song and music video are available for streaming on YouTube, and their new EP, xxx, comes out on Friday, Oct. 28.

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