This week, Facebook’s “Supreme Court” decided that Trump should stay banned from their platform. It is another obvious and blatant attempt by Democrats to silence a conservative leader and protect failing Joe Biden.
Democrats still fear ongoing conversations about the stolen 2020 Election. And they don’t want anyone influential to call out their losers on Capitol Hill. As the 45th president and de facto leader of the Republican Party, Donald Trump is the biggest figure they don’t want talking.
Too bad the Internet’s bigger than Facebook. President Trump manages to get his message out, regardless of what forces are aligned against him. He frequently appears on interviews. Recently, he launched a “communications platform” to post his own remarks. And his press releases pop up on nearly every news site, almost on a daily basis.
And he’s continuing to sound the alarm on issues the media would like him to ignore. Most recently, he slammed embattled Republicans who chose to deny the many problems of the 2020 Election. And he contributed to the growing conflict between the GOP and a top RINO.
Former President Trump on Wednesday added to the criticism facing embattled GOP Rep. Liz Cheney but also took aim at former Vice President Mike Pence and Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell – for what he considers them not doing more about 2020 voter fraud.
“Warmonger Liz Cheney, who has virtually no support left in the Great State of Wyoming, continues to unknowingly and foolishly say that there was no Election Fraud in the 2020 Presidential Election,” Trump said in a statement. [Source: Just the News]
From all appearances, Cheney is Washington insider who is towing the swamp’s line. Even House Republicans are growing fed up with her anti-American agenda. Trump’s comments are only putting greater heat on the woman—who blindly marches to the media’s bogus narrative about the election.
But the 45th president also took aim at a few other figures in the GOP, former allies who apparently turned on him at the last minute.
Trump slammed McConnell, calling him “gutless and clueless.” The former president has long maintained that McConnell interference with COVID relief payments helped Democrats win two Senate seats in Georgia. McConnell has also refused to acknowledge any signs of voter fraud from 2020 and has openly blamed Trump for the “insurrection” of January 6.
In the same statement, Trump also blamed Mike Pence, his former VP, for the outcome of the election. State legislatures were asking the vice president to allow them time to review their election results and revise their electoral counts. But on January 6, the vice president refused. Trump said because of his actions the country is a “socialist nightmare.”
Many have speculated on Trump and Pence’s relationship post-election. Some have even wondered if they would return in 2024. But judging from these remarks, it is unlikely Trump and Pence will ever work together again.
Trump ended his statement with the words, “Never give up.” That seems to strongly suggest his continued influence in American politics. Whether that’s just to endorse candidates or run again, it’s safe to say many Americans will be eager to hear from him.
Author: Jim Smith