As enraged as many individuals have understandably become over big tech’s ban of Trump, a few silver lining have ironically emerged, much to big tech’s chagrin.
After all, in their great haste to silent Trump, they apparently forgot that people can and do communicate outside of email, social media, and YouTube. However, given how unbelievably arrogant big tech CEOs are, it is not surprising that they apparently failed to realize that banning Trump permanently from their platforms does not mean Trump will be silenced.
On the contrary, Trump can now operate with greater anonymity, and, without his social media accounts, big tech CEOs, along with their buddies in Washington, simply cannot follow what Trump is thinking as they could before.
And while Trump quietly resides in Florida, he has made it crystal clear that his heart and his passions still lay firmly with the American people, as well as the protection of all the liberties they have been endowed with since birth. In spite of the Democrats’ best efforts to destroy them.
In fact, Trump’s children have been more vocal than he has been, though not nearly as vocal as the leftists screaming into the sky like banshees after Trump’s acquittal. They’ll probably still be raging years from now. Perhaps the date of Trump’s acquittal will become some sort of perverse holiday to ultra-leftists.
Regardless, while leftists focus on promoting bitterness, Trump is focusing on restoring happiness, not to mention sanity, as revealed by his son, Don Trump, Jr., recently.
“[Trump] is going to keep pushing that America First agenda, fighting for the American worker….He’s going to be pushing for candidates who will do that, not the random establishment guys.” [Source: Fox News]
Exactly. In other words, don’t count on an endorsement from Trump anytime soon, McConnell. You know, the same endorsement you needed to even retain your seat in the first place, only to turn around and rail against Trump in January.
In addition, Democrats do not seem to understand that Trump was not elected by tens of millions of Americans because he is “racist”; on the contrary, Trump never inflamed racial tensions and certainly never lambasted any group as inherently evil, which stands in stark contrast to the Democrats’ apparent hatred of whites (while many Democrats themselves are white).
Plus, Trump is not so concerned with pleasing politicians in Washington as he is with looking out for the American worker, which Don Trump, Jr. made extremely clear. Trump is concerned with “America First,” not “D.C. First.”
Don Trump, Jr. also hinted at the plans Trump has in store for the future, clearly indicating that while Trump may not be president, he has not forgotten his love for the American people. Which is exactly why he will work towards helping the best representatives for Americans become elected, as Don Trump, Jr. noted enthusiastically.
“We’re going to fight, we’re going to support, we’re going to make sure those guys get elected.” [Source: Fox News]
Uh oh. Better avoid the word “fight.” After all, it’s possible incitement.
Nonetheless, it is clear that Trump will remain popular, in spite of Democrats’ best efforts. As noted by a Republican consultant, Trump has become an essentially indelible component of the party, and he is still exploring his options regarding the best way to involve himself in politics.
“I think he’s trying to navigate his post-presidential life both in the realm of media as well as how he’s going to have influence in the party … I think they’re trying to get a sense of what’s really out there … That’s a smart play. I think he’s right to wait to see what the lay of the land is both politically and personally, and that includes any legal challenges.” [Source: Fox News]
With any luck, Trump’s influence on the party will come with a presidential run in 2024 …