Over Next Several Days Watch For President Trump To Unleash This New Game Plan On Big Tech

Wayne Dupree

President Trump is out for vengeance people.

Social media has released their full wrath of censorship on Trump and he’s reportedly gearing up to serve it right back to them.

The president is planning to shift the narrative in a big way and put a big spotlight on how big tech is abusing their power to silence conservatives.

According to reports, he’s going to go full-force against these tech giants for his last several days in office.

The White House advisor who spoke to CNN said that aides are telling the president to use his Twitter ban as “an opportunity to reignite arguments of anti-conservative bias on social media” and to reframe the incident as an attack on his supporters.

“This isn’t just about President Trump, but this is literally about the 75 million Americans” who voted for the president, the aide told the network.

If Trump refocuses on social media platforms, he’ll have interesting company. The ACLU raised concerns about the “unchecked power” of social media networks back on Friday, according to Newsweek, shortly after Twitter permanently suspended the president’s account.

“For months, President Trump has been using social media platforms to seed doubt about the results of the election and to undermine the will of voters,” ACLU senior legislative counsel Kate Ruane said in a statement. “We understand the desire to permanently suspend him now, but it should concern everyone when companies like Facebook and Twitter wield the unchecked power to remove people from platforms that have become indispensable for the speech of billions – especially when political realities make those decisions easier.”

This is something that conservatives have been wanting for quite a long time: Trump going toe to toe with big tech.

It’ll be very interesting to see how this all plays out…

Author : Sophie O’Hara

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