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The Reign of Ronald Rump by TheStonemiester1 The Reign of Ronald Rump by TheStonemiester1
In her role as Wonder Woman, Curia acted as Themiscyra's ambassador to the World of Man. Her people, the Amazons, had long since been charged with the duty of protecting and guiding mankind, and for Curia, this meant establishing a working relationship with the leaders of the World of Man, so that they would be willing to respect her opinion and heed her advice.
Her initial meeting with America's newest president...did not go the way she had planned.
Though she had personally (and on behalf of all womankind) been utterly disgusted by the foul remarks Mister Ronald Rump, Curia had gone to the White House with an open mind, hoping that perhaps she would be able to influence the man to behave more reasonably, for the good of the whole world.
Unfortunately, the Orange Devil was not prepared to listen.
Almost as soon as Curia walked into his office, her mind was bombarded with the same subliminal messages that had allowed him to brainwash enough of the population to win the election, and in a matter of minutes even Wonder Woman, the world's staunchest champion for equality, was as hopelessly under his influence as the rest of the country. Her I.Q. plummeted, and the once proud, respectable Amazon was reduced to nothing but another drooling moron unable to do or think anything but what the Orange Devil commanded her to.
In her mind, now, the man could do no wrong. His views on women were perfectly acceptable, and his ideas about immigration policy made perfect sense. In the interests of global peace and democracy, it was her duty to help the nefarious former supervillain in any way she could. Using her superhuman abilities to aid the construction of his Great Border Wall, to assist America's brave border police in hunting down illegal migrants before they had a chance to give everyone cocaine and rape them, and even using her pull in the international feminist community to convince more of her sisters to agree with her newly discovered beliefs...there was nothing Wonder Woman wouldn't do in the pursuit of making America great again!



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Yeahhh...this is probably the most political thing I'm going to post. In case it wasn't totally clear, Ronald Rump/the Orange Devil is a parody of a certain Fanta-faced fucker with tiny hands and fake hair and utterly non-existent moral compass. Oh, and America. He's got that too. Seriously, I know and like too many Americans to ever accept that there wasn't any mind control or anything involved in this campaign.
In case it wasn't also clear, here, just as in real life, HE IS THE VILLAIN.
Wonder Woman/ Curia is an OC of Curia-DD , used with her permission.
Artwork by the ever-awesome zorro-venom .
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:iconerihypno:
EriHypno Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2017
That's about the only way I'd have anything to do with that. Some VERY powerful hypnosis
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ninjayesh Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2017
Wow I love this!
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TheStonemiester1 Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2017
Thankies!
(Psst! Sequel alert! thestonemiester1.deviantart.co…)
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MasamuneSlayer Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
you should make another one where a girl gets mind controlled to kill trump, that would be way more awesome 
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ladytania Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Too awesome
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Toonwatcher Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2017
I seriously wouldn't hand control of a gas station to that demented Cheeto, let alone the United States.

On a lighter note, when I first read her speech bubble, I thought it said she'd stop all the bad "Harambes".
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XennerdRandom Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2017
You wouldn't have been inspired by a certain someone's Supergirl deviation, now would you? ;) :evillaugh: 
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TheStonemiester1 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2017
A certain someone's Supergirl deviation, as requested by whom? :P
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XennerdRandom Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2017
Oh yeah! :D 8-) :horny: 
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Hadalis Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2017
It's scary because it could probably could happen in "real time." But watch that Bannon...I sense he is he real Dark Lord, whispering sweet nothings in the Trump's...excuse me...the Rump's ear. 
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chocobosage85 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2017
If you, Svetta, remember our convos of months past... You KNEW I had to comment, hehe.

So, firstly, great story as always, and epic artwork from the illustrious zorro-venom.

I am a Conservative Christian, and I was agast when he won. I didn't vote for him; I was a disappointed Ted Cruz supporter, who was doublely disappointed when Cruz endorsed Rump.

That said, he is my president, and I will support him when he champions policy that I agree with, and I will stand against him on policies I disagree with... just as I would do with Obama. And just like with Obama, I don't believe presidential assassination is the American Way.

He won because Hillary was a tremendously flawed candidate, and the US Democratic Party has pushed itself too far to the left for many Americans. But I definitely agree that Rump fanaticism is unreal and scary at times.

I get "Voting for Rump because Hillary's the devil," along with the reverse. But I find it gravely disconcerting when people say either one of them are paragons of virtue (along with their family members). I too worry that kind of blind faith leads towards a scary fascistic America... who happens to have lots of nukes and probably the strongest military in the world even without them... yeah..?

And Euros do have something to worry about, because I'm pretty sure Rump wants to reduce our involvement in NATO, which would put more responsibility on a financially struggling Europe to defend itself from a seemingly increasingly aggressive and Nationalist (Facist) Russia.

I'm sooo excited for the future... Right? That's what I'm supposed to be, right? *EEK*
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Ladiesman100 Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2017
Even some non believers have support for Trump in some things. Like me. I'm an atheist but my family are mostly conservative christians.
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chocobosage85 Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2017
Oh, of course. It was not my intention to suggest ONLY Christians support him, nor that most supporters of his are Christian. But Evangelicals, and others that identify as Conservative Christian, disproportionately supported, and voted, for him over Hillary (though there are several more SJW inclined Christian denominations that lean towards the Democrats as well).

I was merely illustrating that while I am part of a voting bloc that, by and large, supported him, while I myself did not.

To his credit, he won the election in exactly the manner he set out... By winning the rustbelt (while still maintaining the support of the Republican party's base). To the best of my knowledge, while that band includes more heavily unionized labor (and has broken towards the more "labor friendly" Democrats for a decade or more in many cases), I don't believe there is anything atypical in regards to faith (religious or atheist). It was something only a few even thought possible, and those that did were highly criticized (i.e. Nate Silver from fivetwentyeight.com).
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TheStonemiester1 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2017
If he was to put forward a policy that I agreed with, then sure, I'd be willing to support him in that. But... Well. Let me know when that happens.

Many would argue that this was a time when America NEEDED a hard left alternative, and the Democrats failure to deliver anything but the same centrist shit most parties had been churning out for years is why they lost. Most people I've spoken to agree, if Bernie Sanders had been their candidate, Mr. Rump would have been absolutely annihilated.
As a socio-anarchist, I am inclined to agree.

Speaking as a Jew, the obvious parallels between the Trump administration and Nazi Germany are genuinely terrifying. The attempts to shut down the free press, cashing in on people's economic desperation, demonising certain groups of people in particular, limiting their civil rights (pretty sure freedom of religious belief and expression is the very first amendment in the constitution. That shit was even more important to the founding fathers than guns.)...it's more than a little scary.
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chocobosage85 Featured By Owner Edited Feb 4, 2017
Oh yeah, I was being kind... Rump & Rump supporters have terrified me at times. I do not want America to be the Nazis of WWIII.

Even if America, and the world at large, is able to slip by 4-8 yrs of a Rump presidency unscathed, I am worried it will destroy the reputation of "Conservatism" and Republicans more than it already is... (And again, Rump is not a true Conservative, but you know that).

I still believe a Sanders v Cruz race would have been the best thing for America... Socialism vs. Conservatism on display at the national election level. It would have been tremendous, but I knew it wasn't going to happen. However, Sanders and CruZ will be debating the merits of Obamacare next week, which I am looking forward to.

And yes, I agree... Sanders would have creamed Rump, though I still think Cruz would have beaten Sanders in said Earth 2 (well, probably Earth 3, if I'm honest).

In the end, rest assured that you know at least American that will stand against the tides of Nationalism/Facism as they rise... Along with pretty much all of my co-workers, who are mostly Lefties and Progressives, with a smattering of establishment Republicans (the life of a Conservative Christian Libertarian is really quite lonely, :().

Edit: I can't properly count probable realities, *Sigh*.
Earth 2: Sanders v Rump, Sanders wins, larger margin than Earth (1) Hillary v Rump.
Earth 3: Hillary v Cruz, Cruz wins, larger margin than Earth (1).
Earth 4: Sanders v Cruz, Cruz wins, smaller margin than Earth 2 & 3... not sure in comparison to 1.
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Ladiesman100 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2017
I actually like Trump more than Clinton. I think Clinton is corrupt. But in the end the outcome of this election has no matter for me at all. I live in Europe and I don't really care who is the president in USA.
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TheStonemiester1 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2017
Ehh... Between Marine le Pen, the Golden Dawn, Azov Battalion, Britain First, etc., I'd say fascism is a problem that still does directly affect Europe.
Being raised in the UK with family in Sweden, Germany and Bulgaria, the whole political landscape at the moment is just... Worrying. And infuriating. And just a little terrifying.
Plus, y'know, nuclear fire or a bolstered ISIS are kinda problems for the whole world...

As to who was a better candidate... Yes, he was more transparent than Hillary: he made absolutely no effort to hide what a nasty piece of shit he really is.
Corruption... Ehhh. The FBI investigations into those allegations against Hillary proved her to be completely innocent. Not saying I like her, but at least she's never admitted to being a sexual predator or blatantly ignored the First Amendment.

(out of interest, where abouts in Europe are you from? Purely out of curiosity :P)
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Ladiesman100 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2017
I don't usually tell people where I'm from. Not in comments at least. It's a great secret :)
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:iconthestonemiester1:
TheStonemiester1 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2017
Fair enough :P
I already know the continent... Now all I need to do is search every nook and cranny of Europe! Your secrets SHALL BE MINE, MUAHAHAHAHA!
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Ladiesman100 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2017
I'd be very impressed if somebody would be able to find out my country. I have not left traces anywhere :D good luck with that...
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Ladiesman100 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2017
The only real hint is my bad english. But that doesn't really point to any specific country :p
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:iconladiesman100:
Ladiesman100 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2017
But please don't call me a racist. I hate it when people do that based on little more than a single opinion written on the internet. I may like Trump but I don't certainly support everything he does.
People are so quick to judge others. I wrote this same opinion on Twitter and got only insults as a reply. It really hurt me.
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AAGGRESSS Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2017
i respect your side of the conversation and I do not think you are racist at all.
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Ladiesman100 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2017
Thank you.
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Trishbot Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2017
I, for one, approve of this message.
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shizo66 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2017
6.6
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Gordy20 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2017
Wonder Moronia :)
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Curia-DD Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2017  Hobbyist Writer
that's me!
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Ordo-Perditio Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2017
Close your eyes, count to ten, don't call "Ronald Rump" a arrogant narcisstic fascist ignorant c*** of a person who can go fuck himself with a rusty fork so he gets tetanus and dies because he doesn't agree with vaccines...don't do that...

Shit I did it.
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TheStonemiester1 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2017
Good, good...embrace your anger...

also, I think you mean "AN arrogant, narcissistic, fascistic, ignorant 'C U Next Tuesday'" :P
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Ordo-Perditio Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2017
Honestly, I'm not mad enough not to mind the typo. I hate the Donald with a passion. And I'm a straight white semi-christian male. The only reason I'd get discriminated against by his followers is the whole "autism" thing. But jesus christ, the fact that anyone who isn't white, male, healthy, non-muslim, non-jewish and heterosexual is likely to get fucked over heavily is horrifying! Who the fuck thought that alienating the majority of the goddamn world not only acceptable but a good idea? Jesus fuck, I don't wish death on people often, but the Donald...an exception can be made.

I really wish I was a force-sensitive now. Force Lightning, Revan-Style would be very helpful.
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AAGGRESSS Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2017
really? I am a straight, white Christian male and I dislike Trumps policys as well. *brofist*
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:iconordo-perditio:
Ordo-Perditio Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2017
Yeah, there's a suprising amount of people who don't like him. It's almost like he's totally fucked.
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TheStonemiester1 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2017
"anyone who isn't white, male, healthy, non-muslim, non-jewish and heterosexual is likely to get fucked over"
You forgot "rich" :P

I'd much rather follow the example of Lord Vader and choke his ass...or go full-on Tarkin and drop the sky on him with a big-ass laser from definitely-not-the-moon...
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Ordo-Perditio Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2017
I did forget rich. But I'm kinda hoping he can only fuck one thing up at a time (He says, as he simulatenously threatens Mexico and Iran with war).

Be careful not to choke on your aspirations, President...
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thedude11111 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2017  Hobbyist Writer
As a straight, non-religious but still spiritual person of color, I'm insulted by the way Donald Trump uses the Christian faith to pander to people who believe they have a moral imperative to vote for the Republican party. There has been no greater test of American morality than the 2016 election and we failed that test so hard. Even Donald Trump's faith is skewed to his crazy worldview: he follows a Christian doctrine popular among televangelists that believes God rewards good people with wealth. What that means is that Good People are given money, and the Bad People are given nothing. It's a mindset that breeds apathy and hatred for the poor and disadvantaged. People like Trump don't have to worry about the poor, because they're obviously sinful.

That's assuming Trump actually believes anything at all. Regardless, this concept is an insult to the teachings of Jesus, who preached the importance of tolerance, empathy, and charity. Would Jesus turn away a refugee?
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TheStonemiester1 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2017
Speaking as a Jew, that shit was in the Old Testament way before Mr. Jesus showed up!
Tzedekah (charitable donation) is arguably the most important of all 613 commandments to us, and I'm fairly sure Christianity (in its vanilla, non-insane form) also places helping others less fortunate than yourself pretty highly.
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thedude11111 Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2017  Hobbyist Writer
Oh of course, I wouldn't want to count out the Jewish faith. I personally love the idea posited by The Good Place that all religions have some grasp of the Truth. What's important is that any religion that doesn't advocate being a good person is not a religion. It's just divine justification for being a really shitty person.
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zenitraMsj Featured By Owner Edited Feb 2, 2017
OMG! A super villain has taken over the White House. The Clown comb over hair, the big florescent hypnotic tie and beet red nose.The erratic, masochistic behavior. How did nobody notice.
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AAGGRESSS Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2017
Top:...fine. I should get the union of Justice to help fix this. But right now, screw it.

CURIA! Your time is over! I will be your opponent to stop this madness!
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oneeyedstranger Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2017  Student Artist
now normally, I don't get in the way of a heroine being hypnotized... but sometimes, extreme measures must be taken :P
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:iconaaggresss:
AAGGRESSS Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2017
Top: Get in line, the Psyklown is about to beat some sense back into this situation.
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oneeyedstranger Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2017  Student Artist
lol, well, if you insist :P
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AAGGRESSS Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2017
or like have an epic teamup cover that shows both of us about to duke it out with her, and like Rump in the background holding her puppet strings.
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fairyprincessjess Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2017
Zorro mentioned he was making this for you! I completely get that this is meant as a joke (Possibly satire). But I feel sorry for your notifications! They're gonna explode
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thedude11111 Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2017  Hobbyist Writer
"the same subliminal messages that had allowed him to brainwash enough of the population to win the election" so true tho

Is there a Steve Bannon-figure behind Ronald Rump or is that too close to reality?
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TheStonemiester1 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2017
Oh, Ronald Rump is definitely not the brains behind the operation. I was gonna make his top advisor (and the one really pulling the strings) a Wonder Woman villain like Circe... But then that would mean he'd be actually listening to a woman. :/
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EriHypno Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2017
Oh god no I'd rather die XD
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steverodgers5 Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2017
Haha! Lovely story. He should get Supergirl 'recuited' next!
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TheStonemiester1 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2017
I was thinking about asking for a follow-up image, actually... :P
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