New online game promoting violence against Trump is going viral

A new online game allowing participants to push President Trump off a cliff has gone viral in less than a week, having already been played over 2 million times.

The game was pushed out on social media Wednesday, July 12, by its creator, Justin Hook, a former writer for a Fox show, “Bob’s Burgers.”

Hook sent out the game in a Twitter post Wednesday morning, saying, “If you’ve ever felt like pushing Trump off a cliff, then this Zen game I built is for you.”

Saturday, he tweeted it out again, announcing, “About to hit 1,000,000 pushes (in 3 days!) Tune in for the celebration.”

The game, titled, “Push Trump Off a Cliff Again,” allows players to push Donald Trump off a cliff into several fatal endings, such as into a volcano, into the jaws of a Tyrannosaurus Rex, or down a manhole. As Trump is pushed off the cliff, the game has him shouting “Bye!” and “I’m really rich!”

The game is getting a boost from Rosie O’Donnell, who jumped on the crusade Saturday, also encouraging people to “push Trump off a cliff again.”

As can be expected, Trump haters everywhere are playing the game and posting their delight on Twitter:

The game is just the latest in suggestive violence against President Trump.  Last week, a new music video was released that portrays the death of an “alt-right” Trump supporter.

A company in Brooklyn has created an action figure toy of Sen. Elizabeth Warren, along with a video showing her punching an “evil Trump” figure, lifting him above her head and throwing him.

Other attacks on Trump include a website selling severed head pinatas of Trump, in special recognition of comedian Kathy Griffin, who posed for a photo with herself holding a realistic-looking decapitated head of President Trump.

Additionally, a recent Shakespearean play depicting the assassination of President Trump was strongly supported by the liberal left, who called it “art” and an expression of free speech.

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