President Trump has been censored by Twitter again and in doing so they have proved the bias that President Trump claims exists.
According to Town Hall:
President Trump has been censored yet again, and the tweet pretty much proves his point about the nature of the bias against him. In a tweet he’s shared before, it shows a black and white picture of the president with the caption “in reality, they’re not after me. They’re after you.” You’ve probably seen this meme. It strikes at the heart of his drain the swamp mentality and the bias lobbed against him. He’s not a politician. He’s a bull in a china closet and he likes it. He wants to disrupt DC and his enemies will do all they can to smother him.
On trade, especially, he’s taken on the free trade establishment in both parties. The new USMCA went into effect yesterday, by the way. One of the many promises kept by this administration concerning trade deals.
Anyway, that tweet is not gone per se, but the image has vanished, smothered by the social media giants, who we all know lean far to the left on politics.
Twitter has removed President Trump’s “They’re not after me. They’re after you” meme https://t.co/dFLaYZYlK5
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) July 2, 2020
This isn’t the first time. It’s becoming more frequent that the president’s tweets are targeted by Twitter. During the riots in Minneapolis, the social media company said Trump’s tweets about the chaos amounted to glorifying violence, which was against their standards and practices. Cue the eye-rolls. Even some liberal reporters noted that this standard was arbitrary and would never be applied equally. Yeah, The Nation and Slate both peddled pieces defending the destruction of property and excusing violent protests; those tweets were never flagged. With lefty mobs trying to tear down statues, in some cases succeeding, and these clowns also establishing so-called autonomous zones, Trump vowed to enforce the law.