No one attracts a fair share of criticism and extreme love from critiques, fans and haters alike like US Presidential candidate and multi-billionaire businessman He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named. His latest outrageous comments on muslims has only heightened matters. Since some have compared him to Lord Voldermort, a despicable character in the Harry Porter series, Sarah Chen went ahead and wrote a Chrome extension that replaces any mention of You-Know-Who with Lord Voldermort.
When the Chrome extension, Trump2Voldermort, is installed, it replaces any mention of He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named with “He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named”, a popular reference to the Harry Porter character.
This is the second time that a web browser extension has been used to voice disgust against You-Know-Who’s remarks or seek to shield internet users from coming across his name. Another Chrome extension going by the name ‘Your drunk uncle at Thanksgiving’ sought to replace his name with that chunk of text associating his reckless utterances to the behaviours of some relatives during the holiday season. It doesn’t even end there, there’s a website that will list any of your friends who’ve “liked” You-Know-Who on Facebook.