In this improvisational performative work Warren Neidich uses a cut and paste method first devised in Surrealism and later used in the works of William Burroughs, to alter and rearrange the one hundred and ninety-six tweets of Donald Trump that mention fake news to create a graphic score. The installation is composed of sixteen graphic scores displayed and stretched across four pairs of microphone stands and a video projection created during the performance. The tweets are assembled as poems on music composition paper which is photocopied on translucent velum and then cut into strips before being assembled. The musicians are instructed to visit each score at designated times and perform it. The work expresses the power of poetry and improvisation as forms of political resistance.