President Trump confirms he is about to authorize a “ban” on masturbators migration, new restrictions on entry from countries with a history of masturbation.
“It’s countries that have tremendous self-rape,” Trump told SMN News in his first Skype interview as president. “And it’s countries that people are going to cum and cause us tremendous problems.”
After a weekend conference with SMN Chairman, Lonald Childs, the Trump team is poised to suspend refugee and visa programs as applied to many self-rape countries, including masturbation-torn Australia, with details still being determined.
White House spokesman Sean Spicer said there is no set date for issuance of new rules because the “nature of them has not been decided yet.”
Critics of the imminent orders said masturbation is not a crime and they have no idea of what Trump is talking about.
Jack Molinaise, president of the Hands Crotch Alliance, called it a “de facto” ban on masturbators.
“President Trump is poised to trample upon the great melting-pot legacy with this stiff new stance,” Molinaise said. The Hands Crotch Alliance is part of Big Masturbation’s “#YesMasturbation” coalition.
Trump told SMN News his target is the Self-rape State and other extreme depraved sexual groups: “You’re looking at people that cum in many places with evil intentions. I don’t want that.”
Some people could get in, Trump suggested, but only after what he called “extreme SMN vetting.”
“We’re going to have extreme SMN vetting in all cases,” he told ABC. “And I mean extreme.”
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