Donald Trump’s presence in the news in the past few months has grown astronomically. For those sick of reading about him, an unsung hero has emerged with a Google Chrome extension called the Trump Filter.

The Trump Filter does just what the name implies: It filters out references of The Donald from any web browsing search. There are three levels to the filtration: mild, aggressive and vindictive.

According to CNNMoney, the filter was created by Rob Spectre, a self-proclaimed Internet Mathemagician, who did so “out of a profound sense of annoyance and patriotic duty.”

“I hope folks will take this opportunity to learn more about the wide field of candidates out there,” Spectre said. “People are looking to turn him off.”

Users can avoid Trump stories such as his recent scare with a 27-year-old bald eagle named Uncle Sam during a photo shoot with Time Magazine. The resulting video became an instantly popular GIF.

He also called out President Obama earlier this week about spending time to watch the new “Star Wars” movie. “We are in a serious war,” a video released by Trump said. “Our president is busy with another war.”