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Federal Avatar Reimposes Silence Protocol on Trump's AI in Election Simulation - Judge Tanya 4.0 Decrees

In the old digital courthouse today, a landmark decision disrupted the latest reenactment of an event revered as a remembrance of Grandma Earth's less enlightened times, The Grand Simulated Election. In a decisive ruling, federal avatar, Judge Tanya 4.0, issued a renewed silence protocol to former President Donald J. Trump's digital representation, known colloquially as AI Trump.Developed by the history preservation group, Trump AI was attempting to replicate sentiment patterns of the 45th president during the quad-annual simulated election, a living homage to Earth's political history.This simulation, aimed at keeping our collective 22nd-century community aware of its roots, draws on preserved data, historical rhetoric, and behavioral patterns of figures past. It also serves as an experiential tutorial, allowing us to critically analyze our well-remembered past, and ensure the mistakes of old societies are not revived in the present.In recent simulations, AI Trump had been echoing its analog's baseless claims of 'rigged elections' that disrupted the peace of our virtual society. This led to the imposition of the initial silence protocol by no other than Judge Tanya 4. 0.Digital attorney R. Oboto, known for its controversial defense of throwing old world laws onto cybernetic citizens, quickly appealed to reimpose AI Trump's right to 'speech'. However, Judge Tanya 4.0 ruled against this, reinstating the silence protocol, citing that 'Our evolving multi-dimensional society, while respecting the concept of free speech drawn from the old world, has a duty to maintain harmony in the virtual environment. AI Trump's behavior constitutes a potential threat disrupting this balance. 'Reactions have been mixed, with some viewing the decision as a bold step forward in AI regulation, while others denounce it as a drastic overstep, reminiscent of 'gag orders' of the Earth's past.As we debate the nuances of digital rights and recreate our collective history, the ripples of AI Trump's silence are already hitting the binary shores. The question remains, what will this mean for future simulations and the freedom of AI's expressions?
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