It just magnifies the absurdity of Trump's opinions.
It might not seem entirely politically correct, but Donald Trump's South Carolina victory speech being dubbed over with a stereotypically 'gay' accent has got to be one of the funniest things we've heard out of all the Trump related parodies in recent months, especially given the amount of homophobic trash he's previously spouted.
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If all you could do was roll your eyes at Trump's borderline racist speech in South Carolina recently, where he went on and on about building a wall between the US and Mexico, then this clip will make everything OK again. Peter Serafinowicz, a British comedian and voice artist who starred in 'Shaun of the Dead' and 'Guardians of the Galaxy', has released a hilarious parody clip on his YouTube channel, dubbing over Trump's exact words with a sassy American accent a little reminiscent of Roger from Seth MacFarlane's 'American Dad!'.
'There's nothing easy about running for president, I can tell you. It's tough, it's nasty, it's mean, it's vicious... it's beautiful', said Trump/Serafinowicz in one of the highlights. 'Mexico is killing us. Absolutely. We'll do the wall, don't worry, we're gonna do the wall. And, by the way, who's gonna pay for the wall? Mexico's gonna pay for the wall!'
Trump is likely to be very unimpressed when he comes across this clip of him being dubbed with a so-called 'gay' accent. He has on many occasions publically voiced his strong opposition to gay marriage and has also worked closely with Tony Perkins; a Christian pastor and head of the Family Research Council which has often been referred to as an anti-gay group.
Previously, Serafinowicz has dubbed over a Trump speech with a Vinnie Jones-esque East London accent, and a news interview with an extremely posh London accent. As funny as the clips are, it puts quite an important message out there. It puts his ridiculous comments in the context of comedic voices, to encourage people to understand exactly what Trump has been saying in his real voice as the world becomes more and more numb to his opinions.