World’s biggest douchebag releases NFT collection

Douchebags are flocking to NFTs in droves all over the world.

True, there are tens of thousands of respectable artists in the rapidly expanding non-fungible token arena, but none of them is Paris Hilton.

Sure, NFTs are potentially game-changing phenomena that were just named ArtReview’s most powerful entity in the art world, albeit not as a consequence of John Cena’s “catastrophic failure” in selling only 37 sad copies of a thousand-NFT drop.

There may be a variety of applications for NFTs in the future, such as the censorship-proof preservation of historical records, that will leave future generations wondering why it took so long.

But don’t allow any of these significant advances to distract you from the sheer douchebaggery that guys like Jacob Chansley are presently unleashing on the globe.

Are you familiar with Jacob? This individual.

Yes, the man who took part in an insurgency to prevent the certification of a duly-elected President in a peaceful democracy has released a talentless, money-hungry, opportunistic-weasel collection of excruciating tat in the hopes of cashing in on his brief moment of fame while rotting in prison for the next 41 months.

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Chansley’s collection of 1,006 Shamans is marketed as an opportunity for customers to join “a community of persons captivated by the convergence of politics, crypto, media, tribalism, and Shamanic culture,” according to his publicist (can insurgents have publicists?).

It isn’t marketed as “a criminal douchebag attempting to snare your cash with only the force of completely blatant exploitation.” You, on the other hand, say tomato.

The collection is interesting in the same sense that you could be perplexed as to why multicoloured foods are allowed in… Despite this, they all turn out to be the same hue.

Chansley’s insurrectionist persona ‘QAnon Shaman’ features a variety of douchey clothes, including a horned fur cap and an orange jumpsuit, among others. Unfortunately, the latter appears nowhere in this cliched, half-assed, and unoriginal collection of behorned cartoons.

It isn’t advertised as “a criminal douchebag aiming to trap your cash with nothing but shameless exploitation.” You, on the other hand, utter the word tomato.

The collection is intriguing in the same way that it’s possible to be perplexed as to why multicoloured foods are permitted… Despite this, they all end up being the same colour.

Chansley’s insurrectionist identity ‘QAnon Shaman’ wears a horned fur helmet and an orange jumpsuit, among other things. Unfortunately, this hackneyed, half-assed, and unimaginative collection of behorned cartoons does not include the latter.

Yes, his mother is the one we want to speak with more than the QAnon Shaman.

I’ll be damned if I link to the collection since it’s out there someplace. But, if you must, remember that if you’re purchasing an NFT to support a mad right-wing conspiracy theorist and Trumpian lunatic, you’re supporting a deranged right-wing conspiracy theorist and Trumpian lunatic. He then expressed his dissatisfaction with Trump.

Despite his lawyer’s assertion that Chansley “had a fondness for Trump that was not unlike the first love a man may have for a girl, or a girl for a man, or a man for a man, or man for a man, or man for a man, or man for a man, or man for a man, or man for a man, or man for a man, or man for a man, or man for a man, or man for Oddly, neither of these things appears to be depicted, though it’s fun to imagine what they would look like.

Melania’s cobalt eyes, on the other hand, could always be purchased.

It isn’t marketed as “a criminal douchebag intent on snatching your money through blatant exploitation.” On the other hand, you say the word “tomato.”

The collection is fascinating in the same manner that it’s conceivable to be baffled as to why multicoloured foods are allowed… Regardless, they all turn out to be the same colour.

‘QAnon Shaman,’ Chansley’s insurgent persona, wears a horned fur helmet and an orange jumpsuit, among other things. Unfortunately, the latter is not included in this cliched, half-assed, and unoriginal collection of behorned cartoons.