Tiffany Midge: You too can sponsor a member of the Chump Cabinet

A protest against Betsy DeVos, President Donald Trump's pick to lead the Department of Education. Photo: Victoria Pickering

Do you want to share in the joy that is President Donald Trump's Cabinet? Poet Tiffany Midge, a citizen of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, shows how you can help:
Give a chump a chance. Become a chump guardian. You can make a difference.

By sponsoring a White House cabinet member, and becoming a Chump Guardian, you will be supporting the Jane McDoGood Institute’s initiatives to conserve humanity, protect citizens around the world, and help facilitate necessary care for orphaned chumps at the Sanctuary for Lost Souls outside of Bridgewater, Virginia.

All Chump Guardians receive a photograph of their sponsored chump, their biography, a Chump Guardian certificate, a plush toy chump and bobble head desk ornament and fact sheets about their chumps.

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