Man behind inflatable White House chicken plans to hit O.C. hometown next

- You could call it a 'fowl' figure near the White House.

Orange County resident Tarun Singh Brar wanted an inflatable chicken image some think resembles Donald Trump to cross the president's path.
                
"I think the most effective protest is usually some form of a serious demand mixed with humor and lightheartedness," said Singh Brar.

His lighthearted protest came after the National Park Service's approval.

Wednesday morning, Singh Brar blew air into 60 pounds of plastic, inflating what he calls "Chicken Don" into a 30 foot figure strategically near the White House South Lawn.
         
"I did plan the 30 foot camera angles to make sure they'd show up in TV live shots," said Singh Brar.

It worked.

"Before we go, over the white house on your shoulder...we see this shot all the time...what is that?," said FOX commentator Shephard Smith earlier this week.

"Shep it appears to be a very large chicken display," said the commentator.

Hundreds flocked to see it.

Singh Brar hoping the attention turns into influence.
      
"What we're saying is the president is a weak and ineffective leader...acting as a chicken per se. and that's with all do respect because the United States government is the most important government around the world and what we're saying as an analogy is the president is too afraid to release his tax returns which is what most people want he is too afraid to stand up to Vladimir Putin who does not like democracy and he is playing a game of chicken with North Korea that's really destabilizing to the world," said Singh Brar.

Singh Brar's says his next target could likely be Orange County.
                
"What we're planning on doing is targeting Dana Rohrabacher with the chicken." says Singh Brar.

Rohrabacher has been accused of supporting Vladimir Putin.

Now the 30 foot $1500 inflatable is in a D.C. storage place.

Singh Brar plans to launch a 13 foot one here in Southern California.

So far, the president hasn't commented about the protest.

Singh Brar can be found on Twitter/Instagram/Facebook as @ChickenDonnyBoy

His GoFundMe page is www.gofundme.com/chicken-march

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