Man Successfully Deprogrammed Trumpist Cult Followers With Neuralyzer Prop From “Men In Black” Movie

Funny story written by Jaki Treehorn

Saturday, 7 December 2019

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Actor Will Smith with Neuralyzer in "Men in Black"

Culver City, California - A local man who worked on the "Men In Black" movie series was able to bring several brainwashed devotees of cult leader Donald Trump back to reality by simply flashing a neuralyzer prop that he kept as a memento of his work in the films.

He first tried using the instrument on his Trump-supporting wife as a joke, by flashing it in front of her face while she consumed her usual six-hour diet of Fox News in the evening. However, to his surprise, she suddenly looked at him and exclaimed, "why are we watching this propaganda instead of the news? Donald Trump is a liar, philanderer, con man, law breaker and narcissist - what is he doing in the White House?"

After being convinced she was sincere, the man (who requested anonymity) decided to try the
instrument out on several co-workers, with similar results.

"We believe this is an important discovery" said a U.C.L.A. Psychology Professor who looked into the phenomenon. "It is likely that the flash of the neuralyzer, while only a movie prop, triggers a response in the brainwashed cult followers, most of whom are familiar with the Men In Black films, and completely wipes out the hypnotic trance that these individuals have been in for the past four years."

There were reports that the treatment was tried last week on Senator Lindsey Graham, who, the very next day declared to a reporter that “obviously there was never any Ukrainian interference in the U.S. election."

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