Sign Our Petition to Kick Donald Trump Off the Internet
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The sun came up yesterday, so it should come as no surprise to anyone that billionaire "Birther" bozo Donald Trump made a complete ass of himself.
In addition to making an ass of himself all day yesterday, "the Donald" made an ass of himself all day today -- and will continue to make an ass of himself tomorrow, and the next day, and the next day.
In an effort to save Trump from himself, we've started a petition to get him kicked off the Internet. And we -- and "the Donald" -- need your help.
Trump's Twitter twerpiness has been well-chronicled by this publication and other media outlets. And it needs to come to an end before the ego-gasm he has every time people acknowledge that he still exists literally makes his bulbous head explode.
The latest ramblings of America's dopiest billionaire were in response to the re-election of Kenyan Manchurian Candidate Barack Obama. We'll spare you the details, but -- surprise, surprise -- Trump made an ass of himself.
"The Donald's" bumbling "tweets" were so douchey that NBC News anchor Brian Williams reported them with the preface that Trump has "driven well past the last exit to relevance."
So, Trump went on another Twitter tirade -- again making a complete ass of himself -- targeting Williams.
According to Trump, the trusted anchor is a "dummy."
Ranting and raving aside, Trump's mastered the art of the completely transparent humble-brag -- his publicizing his rare ventures into philanthropy transcend douchiness.
Prior to his tirade about Williams, Trump posted three "tweets" alerting his nearly two million Twitter followers that he's donating a truck of food to hurricane-ravaged New Yorkers in Queens.
He's also the same guy who's been dubbed "the least charitable billionaire."
In the past 21 years, Trump's foundation has donated a grand total of $7.7 million to charity, according to an April 2011 article posted on The Smoking Gun.
Of that $7.7 million, only $3.7 million was taken from Trump's personal fortune, which is estimated to be roughly $3.1 billion.
Without the power of the Internet, Trump's idiocy wouldn't see the light of day.
Sign our petition below.
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