Trump immortalized as a statue is now a realization for his adoring fans. Hopefully, a portable scaled-down version will be available so we can worship him at home at our convenience. Maybe the wand or rather the scepter will be motorized to come down and bless us when we call on Alexa to do our bidding.
Trump’s golden color brings back memories of the statue of Nebuchadnezzar mentioned in the Bible (also brings back other things Cohen said in his book about Trump) .”This was the dream. Now we will tell the king its interpretation. You, O king, the king of kings, to whom the G-d of heaven has given the kingdom, the power, and the might, and the glory, and into whose hand he has given, wherever they dwell, the children of man, the beasts of the field, and the birds of the heavens, making you rule over them all—you are the head of gold.”1 Daniel interpreted the dream for Nebuchadnezzar, but Daniel’s interpretation had different materials for different parts of the body, which was symbolic of future kingdoms. The dream awakened the pride of Nebuchadnezzar, so he made the statue entirely of gold instead of different materials, as he saw in a dream, and forced everybody to worship it or be killed. The Trump statue exemplifies the power of Trump over the Republican party. As Nebuchadnezzar desired his kingdom not to end, so does Trump.
The reddish-gold flip flops speak of Trump’s power over his enemies and how he will squash them with ease, red being symbolic of the price to be paid for messing with him. The copy of the Constitution, much beloved of Trump, studied by him to see where it might need improvement. The American-flag-pants with red stripes symbolizes Maga power, America being an after thought.