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How To Silence President Trump

Updated on March 30, 2019
A very unhappy soul
A very unhappy soul

For the past two years, Americans have had to endure the antics and nefarious things President Trump has voiced. Whether it is himself speaking or using technology to promote himself as the greatest leader America ever had or everything he does is better than his staff around him, most Americans are simply tired of this from the oval office.

Of course, his base of 40% love it because they see him as a non-politician or a guy who wants to America great again the way Trump see's it. The rest of us simply take what he states with a grain of salt.

Silencing Trump would be easy to do. Within minutes of activation, millions would be disconnected from his opinions and fake news. Trump would no longer be able to spew out slander, lies, fake news, in his effort to spin events that make himself look good. The Trump show from the WH would be terminated.


Simply terminate his Twitter and Facebook accounts. In seconds, Trump would be aware that his POTUS Twitter and FB accounts were no long platforms for his rhetoric. He would be forced to use Email or the WH webpage, and of course, his rallies, which are just Trump propaganda. If this would be done, and it could be, both companies are private entities, Trump would no doubt lash out against in a public manner, but he would only be reaping what he sows. One can just hear his venomous words against the CEO's of Twitter and FB. Trump has already bashed FB several times.

Of course, the downside is that our daily entertainment would diminish greatly, as Trump is rather a clownish personality, especially, at the rallies. But his base loves that.

There are other more nefarious ways, also. What would happen if some crazy far lefty took aim at Trump? Would the NRA still support the use of guns? Would the right claim it was a left-wing conspiracy (as trump did with the collusion issue). Would the Republicans take any responsibility for fermenting this kind of hate caused by harsh rhetoric that divides America? It is hard to believe that many Trump followers actually believe that Trump is anointed under Jesus and he will save America in End Times. There are so many far-right and far-left crazies in both parties.

Silencing Trump using technology would be the easiest and safest manner, but it would not stop the rhetoric both sides spew out.


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