Former CIA Agent Valerie Plume Wants To Buy Twitter Through Crowdfunding Just So She Can Ban Donald Trump

Former CIA agent Valerie Plume has created a GoFundMe page to raise money for an outrageous goal of buying controlling interest in Twitter just so she can kick out Donald Trump.

Plume launched the crowdfunding campaign about a week ago, revealing her plan of buying controlling stake in Twitter so she could finally end President Trump’s dangerous antics on the social platform. The former CIA agent stated in one of her tweets that it was up to the people to take action since the company’s executives have refused to take action against Trump. She also pointed out that The U.S President’s tweets might put people in harm’s way and even damage the country.

Plume aims to raise roughly$1 billion which she plans to use to acquire controlling interest in the social media company. Once she achieves this goal, she then intends to use that power to kick POTUS off the microblogging platform. Unfortunately, the crowdfunding campaign seems to have gotten on to a slow start because. She managed to raise only $6,000 as of Wednesday morning which means she has a long way to go before reaching the $1 billion target.

Trump has received a lot of criticism for what has been described as careless use of the platform. Some of his tweets are said to have violated Twitter’s policies against bullying and inappropriate content but the company did not take any action against those tweets. The company even attracted a lot of criticism for failing to take action. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders recently released a statement saying that the low amount that Plume has raised so far was proof that Americans approve of Trump’s use Twitter.

“Her ridiculous attempt to shut down his first amendment is the only clear violation and expression of hate and intolerance in this equation,” Sanders pointed out in the statement.

Despite her slow start with the GofundMe page, Plume stated that if the amount raised is not enough, she will seek alternative ways of acquiring a significant amount of stake in the company. She will then use that stake as a means to introduce the proposal to remove Trump from the social platform during Twitter’s annual general meeting.