Donald Trump dropped a hint about running for president in 2024, using mega-popular Facebook to do so, but it didn’t reach a wide audience due to the corporation engaging in blatant censorship.
President Trump was doing an interview last week with daughter-in law Lara Trump when he she asked if there is “hope” to see him run again in four years.
“You do have hope, that I can tell you,” he replied. “You do have hope.”
It was a teasing reply, definitely not a straight answer, but it was still news for sure. Yet the public did not see it so the interview was shown on Rumble.
The former president is banned from Facebook but Lara Trump and her “Right View” show are not, but Facebook made an exception for her guest because, well, he is Donald Trump, the target of left-wing hatred.
According to USA Today, Lara Trump was notified by Facebook that any online content featuring the 45th president is not permitted. That message included a warning that any future posts featuring him would be removed, too, and would result in “additional limitation” to her own Facebook page if she ignored the warning.
“I hope people will eventually wake up,” responds historian David Barton of Wall Builders.
The public has fallen asleep to another example of Big Tech censorship, he warns, to the point that people call the latest incident “crazy” and roll their eyes but fail to understand what is happening.
“It's now being enforced coercively on you,” he says, “that you have to agree with their truth and you no longer choose your truth.”
In this latest incident, he adds, a powerful social media website has determined that a popular former president is dangerous and cannot be heard -- even on another person's own Facebook page.