Grunge band Pearl Jam hosted a fundraiser for Montana Senate candidate Jon Tester on Monday night, and the advertisement poster for the event featured a deceased President Trump.
According to The Missoulian, Pearl Jam offered special ticket packages to the Monday concerts for Tester supporters. People who purchased the special packages also received entry to a campaign reception for Tester this past Sunday.
An advertisement poster for the concert shows the White House on fire with a skeletal, deceased Trump being picked apart by a bald eagle on the front lawn. The Trump figure is reaching for a suitcase with a hammer and sickle logo.
— Pearl Jam (@PearlJam) August 14, 2018
Meanwhile, Tester is featured flying above the burning White House on a tractor.
A spokesperson for Matt Rosendale, Tester’s Republican challenger, said, “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.”
Tester’s campaign did not respond to a request for comment from KGVO.
Pearl Jam’s bassist is an old family friend of Tester.