A poster for Pearl Jam's show in Missoula, Montana on Aug. 13 has created wide controversy due to its depiction of President Donald Trump's death and the White House in flames. The piece is a collaboration between bassist Jeff Ament and artist Bobby Draws Skullz. It also shows Montana congressional candidates Senator Jon Tester and his Republican opponent Matt Rosendale.

According to News Talk KGVO, a Rosendale Campaign spokesman commented on the artwork, saying, "The depiction of the skeletal remains of President Trump and a burning White House is reprehensible and shows just how completely unhinged and radicalized the far-left has become."

Ament is a known supporter of Montana Senator Jon Tester, who is also depicted in the poster flying through the sky on a tractor in front of smoke clouds that spell "vote." An eBay listing for the piece includes a letter from Ament, who looks to have conceived the concept.

D.C. Burning Tester Evel Knievel on Tractor...
Over The Cesspool Below
Russian Money, Golf courses, Hookers?
Maryland Matt Stars N Strips As Flames
Y'all Know The Deal, We're at a Tipping Point, And Its Time For Action.
Jon Tester is the Real Deal and Nobody cares More About our Country And Especially Montana.
So Here We Are...
This was a Fun Collab With One Of My Favorite Artists, Bobby Draws Skulls.
He Killed It!
-Jeff Ament

Photo courtesy of stok-o-razzi4u via eBay
Photo courtesy of stok-o-razzi4u via eBay

Pearl Jam shared the image on their Instagram earlier today, saying, "Official artwork by Jeff Ament and @BobbyDrawsSkullz from last night's show in Missoula."

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