Donald Trump is in the middle of a visit to the UK, and plenty of people have strong opinions about that. That includes people in business, who aren’t afraid to use that platform to voice that sentiment. One such company is Bossa Studios, the developer of acclaimed comedy-disaster game Surgeon Simulator. The company stated that, during the duration of Trump's UK visit, it would be donating all the proceeds of Surgeon Simulator sales to charity. This campaign is called the Give Trump the Finger Charity Drive.
Give Trump the Finger is accompanied by an in-game image from Surgeon Simulator, as the game’s mad doctor-slash-player avatar gives an unconscious Trump the finger. Donald Trump was recently added to the game as DLC, so players have been gleefully tearing the dude apart in fantastical, virtual fashion. Bossa Studios is asking fans to help decide which charity will eventually get all the money and for people to retweet its message to spread the Give Trump the Finger campaign.
Source: Press Release