Trump Says He’ll Look Into Tech Censorship After Facebook Blocks His Social Media Chief

Lee Rogers
Daily Stormer
March 20, 2019

Unless we see an extreme reversal, it looks like Blormf is just going to tweet about tech censorship but not actually do anything about it.

One of the most discouraging things about Donald Trump right now is his refusal to do anything substantive about the censorship practices of the big tech companies. This should be one of the top priorities of his administration, but it now appears to be very low on his priority list. It’s a real shame because he seemed to be fairly engaged on this issue at various points last year. At this moment, he seems to be more preoccupied with Kellyanne Conway’s blob of a husband, the Russia hoax and the Jews over at Saturday Night Live making fun of him.

He did actually tweet about tech censorship yesterday, so we know that he’s still aware of the problem (insofar as he’s capable of being aware of anything). But he made no indication that he was prepared to take any sort of action against these companies. He just said that we’d win regardless of how much these companies abuse, censor and ban his political supporters.

He used similar language when he was asked about the subject at yesterday’s joint press conference with Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro.

But how is Trump going to win if all of his supporters are banned from the digital public square? Because that’s where all of this is ultimately headed. The big reason why he won in 2016 was because of social media engagement. As it stands now, that type of engagement will be nonexistent in 2020. His supporters are being systematically banned off of these sites to the point of demoralization. They no longer have any reason to fight for him because he has done nothing for them. It’s why so many have hopped off the crashing “Trump Train” and have joined the “Yang Gang.”

The popularity of the “Yang Gang” memes says all you need to know.

Further illustrating how dire the situation is, Trump’s very own social media chief was blocked on Facebook. Trump responded by saying that he’d look into what Facebook later claimed was an “accident.”

But what is there to look into exactly? We all know what’s going on and the evidence of what they’ve been doing is overwhelming.

His own son Donald Trump Jr. even wrote a recent op-ed talking about social media censorship and describing how Facebook was censoring his posts. He also talked with Tucker Carlson about the subject a few weeks ago.

Tim Pool on Joe Rogan’s show exposed the selective nature of who Twitter bans and further exposed their executive management as liars.

But quite honestly, you could write a novel with the amount of evidence we have proving the censorship agenda of these companies. They have conspired to prevent anybody who has even slightly moderate right-wing views from having a voice. And based on what happened in New Zealand recently, it is safe to assume that this censorship agenda is going to get increasingly worse in the months ahead.

Literally nothing has been done to stop the ban rampage of these tech companies. That’s why they feel emboldened to go so far as to mess around with the accounts belonging to people within Trump’s own inner circle. And why wouldn’t they do this? Nobody in the government is doing anything to stop them. All we’ve seen is talk and pointless Congressional hearings.

At least Devin Nunes is suing Twitter for $250 million, but that lawsuit is going to get tied up in the Jewish court system for who knows how long. Real action against these companies should be coming from the executive branch. The tools are already there, but Trump appears to have lost all the will to use them.