After repeatedly tweeting inflammatory attacks on blacks, Muslims, hispanics, women, Democrats, Trump-haters, and other minority groups, President Trump has finally been banned from Twitter—for homophobia.
His offense: Yesterday’s tweet featuring a homophobic limerick attacking Democratic presidential contender Pete Buttigieg.
The closure of Trump’s account marks the first time that a head of state has ever been banned from a major social media platform.
Twitter spokestwit Tuinda Twatt tweeted: “After years of ponderously sincere reflection, Twitter has finally decided that the President has crossed the line. Attacks on the excretory organs of homosexuals cannot and must not be tolerated.”
Mayor Buttigieg’s office said late Wednesday that offensive jokes about the candidate’s name had spiked in the wake of Trump’s tweet, forcing him to call in extra Secret Service protection.
According to leaks taken by Administration insiders, President Trump, unhinged by the loss of his Twitter account, has taken to scribbling his thoughts on the walls of White House restrooms.