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Saturday, 5 March 2016

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Some in the Waller movement say mud bricks are ideal for building a wall around Donald Trump.

They call themselves Wallarous, it rhymes with kangaroos, and it's short for Wall Around Trump. They are supporters of the growing worldwide Waller movement that seeks to rein in Donald Trump's presidential ambitions by building a wall around the bloviating billionaire.

Randall Rexon is head of the Wall Around Trump Coalition of Hispanics, or WATCH, headquartered in Littleton, Colorado. He recently penned an editorial in favor of using adobe brick for the project.

He spoke to The Spoof about his ideas published on the Waller movements flagship website http://wallaroundtrump.com/making-the-case-for-adobe/. "In my view adobe or mud brick is the peoples brick of the world, and it's the right choice for us," Rexon said by phone.

"We also have a standardized brick size and you can easily make a mold for it by folding a half gallon juice or milk carton inside out." Rexon explained, "This way protesters worldwide can show up to an event and build their symbolic or actual wall around Trump and all the bricks will fit neatly."

Rexon thinks adobe will suffice for any symbolic or actual wall built around Donald Trump, "In actuality we really shouldn't detain him for more than days or a a few weeks when we do manage to get one of our teams in position, because it risks causing more people to sympathize with him."

When asked about potential kidnapping charges should a group of Wallarous have The Donald walled in somewhere, Rexon said, "Our legal team feels an announced political protest such as ours, does not rise to the level of kidnapping, further, they will defend us against any charges on first amendment grounds."

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