Trump Makes Triumphant Return To Social Media — See His First Post Here

Every social media user who isn’t infected with liberal brain worms is clamoring for Donald Trump’s return to the online world.

Many of us speculated whether or not the Former President would return to Twitter after it was purchased by Tesla CEO and free speech advocate Elon Musk.

Ever since mainstream media, Big Tech, and multiple Deep State operatives colluded with each other to get the sitting President banned, there’s been a Trump-sized hole missing from Twitter and a noticeable absence of fun and humor. Liberals fail to recognize just how genius Trump’s use of social media actually was — after all, it did help him secure a spot in the White House.

Furthermore, Donald Trump was brilliant at taking advantage of his reach on social media to expose how the Washington D.C. sausage was made. Never before had a sitting President brought that level of transparency to the White House.

From the way in which Deep State intelligence and law enforcement agencies target America First conservatives to the utter disparity and collusion found deep within the inner mechanisms of CNN, MSNBC, Fox, and other Fake News outlets, President Trump was integral in showing the American people how this country is actually structured.

For the first time in months, the Former President posted to social media.

Trump’s first post was a banger, referencing one of his most famous tweets that took the internet by storm, confused liberals, and made those of us with a sense of humor giggle.

But Trump didn’t return to Twitter. Oh, no.

The Former President is using his own social media company — Truth Social — which he established after getting blacklisted. Hundreds of thousands of users have already signed up for Truth Social and, as of Wednesday, was ranked #1 in the Apple App Store.

“I’M BACK! #COVFEFE” Trump said.

The hashtag is a throwback to his 2017 tweet that captured the imagination of the internet. Presumed to be a typo, Trump and his team leaned into the fascination that followed, even with the tweet getting deleted. “Who can figure out the true meaning of ‘covfefe’ ??? Enjoy!” Trump said in a later tweet.

“The president and a small group of people know exactly what he meant,” then-White House press secretary Sean Spicer said to reporters.

The post is only the second Trump has made on the platform since its launch in February, which acts as a free speech and anti-censorship haven for social media users.

Not a minute went by after Musk purchased Twitter did Trump get asked if he would ever return to the social media platform.

His response?

“No.”

Author: Monica Hedren