“It turns out you can’t even use the system without a Facebook account. I was going to log him into mine, but I don’t want my friends knowing I have an Oculus, because then they’re all gonna be asking to borrow it or whatever,” Meadows said while cowing in his office. “This couldn’t come at a worse time, what with the failed coup and all. We thought he just might play Pistol Whip all day until his term was up and tire himself out. No such luck. It would probably be the best for America if they let him play.” When reached for comment, Facebook VP of Public Affairs Vicky Benson said that the company stands by their decision.“We are sorry that the President can’t play fantastic games like Raccoon Lagoon, but we feel that this is an appropriate punishment for someone who tried to enact nationwide violence in order to ensure his position of power. He needs a time-out,” Benson explained. “Once the president is out of office, however, he is more than welcome to start his Oculus experience again. Perhaps he would even like to buy a second system to play against his friends, as they retail for $299.99 at your local Target or Best Buy.”
At press time, President Trump had released a new video to rightwing social media app Parler, encouraging supporters to storm the Facebook headquarters and demand Mark Zuckerberg release his account.
Virtual reality has been added to some theme park roller coasters since 2015.