By Jillian Kay Melchior | 2:58 pm, April 3, 2017

It’s 211 days until Halloween, but online activists are already petitioning Amazon to remove a Donald Trump-themed costume they claim is racist.

For $20 or less, Amazon offers a nylon and spandex white onesie with a brick wall print and the words, “Mexico will pay!”

Over the past 10 days, more than 500 people have signed a petition calling for Amazon to stop selling the outfit.

“The ‘costume’ advertised on Amazon’s website promotes this despicable xenophobia and is nothing more than a modernized version of a Klu Klux Klan robe. … The Latinx community will not sit idly by as companies like Amazon help to further normalize white supremacy,” wrote Jerónimo Saldaña, who is affiliated with the activist group Mijente, and who created the petition.

By deadline, Amazon did not respond to Heat Street’s request for comment. Online, Amazon states that the company prohibits offensive products, including items that “promote or glorify hatred, violence, racial, sexual or religious intolerance.”

In the past year, Amazon has pulled a “sexy burka” costume, as well as a doormat with the word “Allah” on it.

It’s far from the only retailer that has contended with customers offended by costumes. Last year, Disney pulled a Moana costume after accusations that it was akin to blackface, Wal-Mart pulled a Tranny Granny costume that was supposedly “transphobic,” and Halloween retailer Costumish pulled a Kim Kardashian Robbery Victim costume after uproar from fans.