President Trump Attacks Social Media Censorship In Saturday Tweetstorm

by Thinker

Saturday morning saw President Donald Trump take on social media in the highlight of his regular morning tweetstorm. he Commander-in-Tweet responded to recent take-downs of Republican/conservative voices by various social media platforms and other services. The President noted that “too many voices are being destroyed,” while his favorite “Fake News” targets of CNN and MSNBC are allowed. The President questioned who is making the censorship choices, adding, “that cannot be allowed to happen.” He did not indicate what, if any, action he might take, but used himself as an example, urging people to simply “watch with a grain of salt, or don’t watch at all.”

The Saturday tweetstorm so far:

The Economy is stronger and better than ever before. Importantly, there remains tremendous potential – it will only get better with time!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 18, 2018

Great Job Rachel Campos-Duffy on @foxandfriends.

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 18, 2018

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James Corbett Interview – The Social Media Regulation Psyop

In a time of such obvious deceit and aggressive manipulation, not only by those who once sought our votes or our subservience, but today even by each other, unwittingly doing the bidding of those who seek to control our every purchase, our every click, view and action, one would think that every plan and decision put forth by these known liars of our recent past and present political elite, would be immediately scrutinized and deconstructed for motivation and corruption. Yet that is not exactly the case, at least not where it matters.

How did this come about?

How did they create a culture in which we are now doing the deceiving for them, one in which we are no longer skeptical but accepting, willing, pleading for their solution? This happened, as it always has, by allowing us to think that it is of our own creation. Creating a problem for which they have already been planning a “solution” for years, waiting for us to react accordingly, and then giving the slightest of resistance, lest we feel we did not have to fight for what we have been programmed to think we want. And finally they put into effect what they wanted all along, allowing us to think we won the day.

What we are seeing today with the proposed regulation of the currently trending social media outlets, is no different, and here with me once again to discuss this long-con and its possible repercussions and solutions is James Corbett.


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