Web Domain Loser.com Now Directs To Donald Trump's Wikipedia Page
If you're thinking of things to whack into your search bar for no reason, why not see where loser.com gets you.
That's right - typing in www.loser.com will hilariously send you to Donald Trump's Wikipedia page.
The owner of the domain, Brian Connelly, has used the URL over the years to troll people who he doesn't like and it seems like the outgoing US President is his latest target.
Connelly has directed his loser.com site to Donald Trump in the past, particularly back in late 2015.
Speaking to The Next Web, Brian said: "The reason why I did it was because we can't have a xenophobe as President. My wife and I were flabbergasted about Trump's attacks on Muslims. Fear is just not a good platform to stand up on."
He's also targeted Reddit, Kanye West, Al Gore, former South Carolina governor Jim Hodges, President Obama and Charlie Sheen in the past.
Connelly registered the domain name back in the 1990s as a way to get back at people who didn't pay him and he's since found it to be a fun trolling tool in the 21st century.
But that's not the only online trolling that has targeted Donald Trump since the 2020 US Election win was given to Joe Biden.
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Anyone who happened to search for 'loser' on Twitter was be greeted with Donald Trump's profile. Twitter has since revealed it's not a case of the platform savaging the POTUS.
In a statement to the Mirror, Twitter explained that the results are automatic and are based on what people are searching for.
Twitter explained: "If an account is mentioned often alongside certain terms, they can become algorithmically surfaced together as an association. These associations are temporal and ever changing based on how people tweet."
And that's not the only thing that Twitter is doing that might leave Trump fuming.
One of his most recent tweets - which reads: "I WON THIS ELECTON, BY A LOT!" - you'll see, like several other of his tweets from the past few days, it's been slapped with a warning by Twitter that says: "Official sources may not have called the race when this was Tweeted."
If you click on that, you'll go through to a Twitter event titled: "Joe Biden is the projected winner of the 2020 presidential election". Ouch.
All of this comes after it was revealed that Twitter could actually ban Trump when he's no longer president.
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