Bay Area Man Gets a Tattoo of Hillary Clinton Days Before the Election Result
He said “Instead of talking about her winning, I wanted to do something to prove it, to put my money where my mouth is.”
Ron Morrison then paid money to get a permanent image of Hillary Clinton’s face on his body.
Her face will be on his body for the rest of his life, unless he gets it removed.
The tattoo artist said, “At first I thought he was joking.”
But Morrison was serious.
“It is absolutely gorgeous,” Morrison said in an interview with Fox 13 News.
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