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"They've Taken Away My Right To Speak" Says Man Whose Farts Make National News
April 20, 2024

Here's one side of Trump you can't put a gag order on

Donald Trump made it through his first week of his first criminal case, and one of his takeaways is how he is unable to express his opinions to the general public. He expressed this opinion in front of dozens of microphone, cell phones and video cameras, broadcasting his message globally.

"They've taken away my right to speak," he has said, shared across thousands of social media accounts and visible to hundreds of millions, "I have a lot to say to you and I'm not allowed to say it."

Trump has been struck with a gag order during his trials, where he is not allowed to comment about witnesses, prosecutors, court staff or jurors. The former president has said negative things about a number of different people related to his trials in the past, and Trump's targeting has been followed by his supporters attacking the individuals mentioned with anything from harassment to death threats.

It begs the question: If Trump isn't allowed to speak about the topics he wants to speak about, then what will the press ultimately cover when they have to write stories about the ongoing Trump trial?

His farts, of course.

Multiple sources are now breaking news that while in the courtroom, Donald John Trump is a prolific farter. Allegedly, the smell is bad enough for lawyers to catch wind of the odorous behavior, but in classic Republican fashion, the stink has yet to cross the aisle.

While most journalists may see Donald Trump's courtroom farts as some type of joke, there's going to be some enterprising young copywriter who is going to dive deep into this story and come up with a nugget or two of truth. Truly, they may face shunning by their peers for trying to get to the bottom of this issue. While more mature sensibilities may turn their noses, this person will not be afraid to put on their gloves and get messy.

Hopefully, after what may seem like forever, they will drop an article (or maybe a series) that become award-winning pieces of journalism. If they do write a series of articles, my bet on which part will be the most memorable will be on the second one, because there are some number twos you simply never forget.

More updates on this topic as it breaks.

                   

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