But you do have a Slashdot account. Is Slashdot social media? Fancy having an argument about whether it is and whether you should have declared it when you arrive at the border? I almost got deported on one visit to the US (and at that time I had a business visa) because I said I was planning to stay a "fortnight", a word the border agent apparently didn't understand and therefore assumed meant "as long as is necessary to overthrow the government". Giving them more scope to excercise their xenophobia seems unlikely to end well.
Nothing will persuade me now to visit the US. I certainly have no intention of paying a fee to Uncle Sam to be fingerprinted and photographed so I can be hunted down as soon as my dangerous foreign ways turn inevitably to criminality.
If I were a US citizen, I would, I hope, be more concerned about the effect of increasingly authoritarian government on myself and my children and reflect that an attempt to stifle the free expression of views by visitors might just be a prelude to a similar policy at home.