Donald Trump, Mr. Garrison in scene from "South Park"

Donald Trump, Mr. Garrison in scene from “South Park”

*Donald Trump, who famously said of Mexican immigrants, “They’re rapists,” became a victim of rape himself by an immigrant in Wednesday’s episode of “South Park,” only the immigrant in question crossed over the northern border…and was Mr. Garrison.

In the episode, “South Park” is flooded with Canadian immigrants, prompting Garrison to launch a “Where My Country Gone” campaign to build a wall along America’s northern border.

“I propose we f*ck them all to death,” the South Park teacher tells CNN. “After we’ve f*cked every last one of them to death, we build a big wall. And if anyone comes over the wall, we f*ck them to death, too!”

Why the mass exodus from Canada? Donald Trump has been elected its political leader. One Canadian expat explained how it happened:

“There were several candidates during the Canadian elections. One of them was this brash a**hole who just spoke his mind. He didn’t really offer any solutions, he just said outrageous things. We thought it was funny. Nobody really thought he’d ever be president. It was a joke! But we just let the joke go on for too long. He kept gaining momentum, and by the time we were ready to say, ‘OK, let’s get serious now, who should really be president?’ he was already being sworn into office. We weren’t paying attention… We weren’t paying attention!”

Turns out Canada built a wall first, angering Garrison even more. He sneaks north of the border in a barrel, via Niagara Falls, and when he tracks down Trump, he rapes him to death. Canadians return to their country and Garrison drives off to make his run for the White House, with running mate Caitlyn Jenner behind the wheel, who runs over a pedestrian.

Watch the episode below:

Several hours before this episode aired on Wednesday, Trump was in South Carolina saying he is the rare Republican candidate who can win the black vote.

The 2016 front-runner spoke at a meeting of the Greater Charleston Business Alliance, which supports minority businesses and is affiliated with the South Carolina African American Chamber of Commerce.

He cited a recent poll from the firm SurveyUSA that showed him getting support from 25 percent of black respondents in a match-up against Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton. Trump said that shows he could win the general election.

“Generally, Republicans do not do well with African-Americans,” Trump said.

“I have a lot of friends, African-Americans in New York, they say, ‘You’re going to get most of the vote.’ I was actually disappointed with the 25 percent,” he said.

Other polls do not show Trump with as much support from black voters. In a Quinnipiac University poll released in August, Trump got only 3 percent of black support in a match-up against Clinton.

Republican presidential candidates in recent general elections have won only a tiny portion of the black vote. George W. Bush won 11 percent of black voters in 2004. Mitt Romney received about 6 percent in 2012 against President Barack Obama, the country’s first black president.