The radical Left thought they finally had Trump dead to rights. But that couldn’t be further from the truth.
Because Donald Trump just posted one video that has Democrats worried sick about what he’ll do next.
In a statement announcing a “MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT,” Donald Trump said that the country was going through a difficult period and needed a “new superhero.”
People anticipated hearing an endorsement.
They had no idea what would happen next.
The “official Donald Trump Digital Trading Card collection” was unveiled by Trump.
Now think twice before you try to buy one because he has already run out.
That’s right, Trump received $99 for each of the 45,000 cards he sold.
A remarkable achievement that generated sales of around $4.5 million.
But right after his “MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT,” he did something else unimaginable.
He declared war on censorship while everyone was denouncing his decision to sell these absurd cards, with which he is laughing all the way to the bank with.
Trump’s 6-minute statement on Truth Social began, “If we don’t have free speech, then we just don’t have a free country, it’s that simple.”
After that, he declared that he was prepared to reveal his “plan to topple the left-wing censorship regime.”
The former President started talking about recent “bombshell reports” that emerged on Twitter.
These studies, according to Trump, “have confirmed that a sinister group of deep state bureaucrats, Silicon Valley tyrants, left-wing activists, and a depraved corporate news media have been conspiring to manipulate in silence the American people,” he claims.
The censorship cartel “must be dismantled and destroyed,” he declares.
An executive order prohibiting “any federal department or agency from colluding with any organization, business, or person to censor, limit, categorize, or impede the lawful speech of American citizens” would be Trump’s first move.
“Order the Department of Justice to investigate all parties involved in the new online censorship regime, which is absolutely destructive and terrible, and to aggressively prosecute any and all crimes identified,” is his second step.
The federal civil rights legislation, campaign finance laws, federal election laws, and antitrust laws are only a few of the laws he identified as having been broken.
Trump claims that he would “ask Congress to send a bill [his] desk to revise Section 230 to get big online platforms out of the censorship business” in his third statement.
Companies should only be granted this immunity protection, according to him, if they adhere to “standards of neutrality, transparency, fairness, and nondiscrimination.”
Fourth, Trump declared his intention to dismantle the primarily nonprofit and academic-based censoring business.
He says that the US must “immediately stop funding all nonprofits that support this authoritarian project” of characterizing information as false and misleading.
If institutions are shown to be engaging in censorship, his recommendation is that they “should lose federal research dollars and federal student loan support.”
Trump proposed a “Digital Bill of Rights” that should include a “right to digital due process,” which was the fifth point.
According to him, there shouldn’t be a back door method for removing information from people’s accounts by government organizations.
All consumers above the age of 18 should have the option to receive an unaltered stream of information, according to him.
As a conclusion, Trump declared that the struggle for free expression is “a matter of victory or death and for the survival of western civilization itself” and vowed to “rip out” the censorship system in order to preserve the country.
If only he had done the trading cards first and not the other way around, detracting from his more significant statement, all Americans would have been glad to hear what he had to say.
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