Good. Now we can finally get back to Googling "cotton candy raccoon."

Over the past year, the Internet has become a largely Trumpiocentric universe. From easy jokes and memes to that friend on Facebook who never left his hometown and truly believes Tronald Dump will “Make America Great Again,” news about The Mystic Tanned One has inundated our lives and then some. Fortunately for us, a new Chrome extension has been developed that enables individuals to block any mention of the GOP front-runner while users browse the World Wide Web … so we can continue to mindlessly do whatever it is we in fact do on here in peace.

The ‘Trump Filter,’ as it’s called, scans sites for references to Donald Trump and removes them from the page in advance. The filter itself has adjustable settings: mild, aggressive, and vindictive, so individuals can choose just how Trump-free their virtual world is. The ‘mild’ setting blocks Trump’s own Twitter account from reaching user’s screens, while the ‘vindictive’ filter blocks in totality news sites that write about The Donald.

“Trump Filter is presented as part of the antidote for this toxic candidacy,” explained Trump Filter creator, Rob Spectre, in an interview with The Independent. “This Chrome extension will identify parts of a web page likely to contain Donald Trump and erase them from the Internet. Share with your friends and eliminate the only currency Trump can spend to win: brand recognition.”

Yeah, that or his $4,000,000,000 net worth, anywhoo …

Many folks are accusing Spectre of having malicious ulterior motives; that the man behind the Trump Filter is a whitewashing, DNC henchmen working behind the scenes to undermine Trump’s wonderfully satirical guffaw of a modern campaign. Cue up the ever-thirsty conspiracy theory community. Rob Spectre explains on his website that he created the site himself and that he is not in cahoots with any nefarious or partisan organization.

“Nor was I put up to this by the Republican or Democratic Parties, the Obama Administration, my mother or any other possible sphere of influence. I am doing this out of a profound sense of annoyance and patriotic duty,” Spectre said to The Independent.

God, we’re sure glad that Trump guy is out of the way on here. What we’re doing? Oh yeah, ‘Raccoon cotton candy video’… That’s right …