President Trump is doing right now what he did for the American people for four years, fighting. It’s easy to fight when you know you can win but it takes a lot of courage to fight when no one thinks you can win. The thing is President Trump wins many of those battles.
He is the most investigated president of all time and they found nothing.
How many of today’s elected officials could undergo $50 million in funds to investigate every facet of their lives and come out of it smelling like a rose?
The left has not stopped because they fear having to face him when the avenues for manufacturing votes have been sealed off in the swing states.
President Trump has written an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal. Here are portions of that op-ed:
“One of the gravest threats to our democracy today is a powerful group of Big Tech corporations that have teamed up with the government to censor the free speech of the American people. This is not only wrong,” but that “it is unconstitutional.”
“To restore free speech for myself and every American, I am using Big Tech to stop it.”
“Social media has become as central to free speech as town meeting halls, newspapers and television networks were in prior generations,” and that “The internet is the new public square.”
“In recent years, however, Big Tech platforms have become increasingly brazen and shameless in censoring and discriminating against ideas, information, and people on social media — banning users, de-platforming organizations, and aggressively blocking the free flow of information on which our democracy depends.”
“Perhaps most egregious, in the weeks after the election, Big Tech blocked the social-media accounts of the sitting president. If they can do it to me, they can do it to you — and believe me, they are.”
“This flagrant attack on free speech is doing terrible damage to our country. That is why in conjunction with the America First Policy Institute, I filed class-action lawsuits to force Big Tech to stop censoring the American people. The suits seek damages to deter such behavior in the future and injunctions restoring my accounts. Our lawsuits argue that Big Tech companies are being used to impose illegal and unconstitutional government censorship. In 1996 Congress sought to promote the growth of the internet by extending liability protections to internet platforms, recognizing that they were exactly that—platforms, not publishers. Unlike publishers, companies such as Facebook and Twitter can’t be held legally liable for the content posted to their sites. Without this immunity, social media companies could not exist.”
President Donald J. Trump, fighting for us still.