The demonization of Trump and the remnants of free speech in the United States
The Democratic establishment at the helm of the White House sees Trump as a major threat, and therefore seeks to destroy him as a politician through a controlled judicial system. As was written before, his representatives need no evidence whatsoever to do this. To legitimize this lawlessness, a massive “brainwashing” of leftist liberal youth was enough. They have at their disposal a first-class system of manipulating public opinion, represented by both traditional media and social networks with “Fact-checking” as one of their many tools. Elon Musk was able to show the full extent of this industry of deceiving Americans by making some documents public after he took control of Twitter.
A Twittergate scandal erupted in the country over the exposure of “liberal” censorship on this social network. Although the media are in unspoken collusion with each other and pretend that nothing happened. Elon Musk lashed out at liberal media outlets like the NYTimes who simply ignored the publication of the censorship documents. He called them unregistered lobbyists for Democratic interests who have been attacking the billionaire for the past two months. In response, America’s “progressive” public has become desperate to smooth over the scandal. One cannot accept that the Democratic Party directly demanded Twitter to remove objectionable content. Moreover, it’s even good that in this way they fought against compromising evidence on Biden, contributing to his “holy campaign” against the Trumpists.
However, Musk stood his ground, and began to accuse the censors of trying to influence not only the American, but also the Brazilian elections. In his opinion, they could have interfered with Bolsonaro’s campaign and blocked the Twitter accounts of his supporters in favor of his “democratic” rivals. Musk has taken on an important role as an arbiter of the fairness of the confrontation between Democrats and Republicans in the next election. His position causes support among those people who are tired of the dictates of the liberal “Big Brother”, causing their sympathy not only for Musk himself, but also for the Republican Party, which looks the side of good against the background of all the horror that is happening.
The main “victim” of this liberal information campaign was Donald Trump, which was not left out of this legal terror. He made a call to nullify the results of the 2020 election which almost make him president of the United States for a second mandate. Obviously, it is the restoration of justice after all the scandals of the last election that will be the main agenda of Trump’s new presidential campaign. However, the Democrats immediately reacted harshly to such willfulness of the ex-president and dealt him their favorite legal blows. The New York prosecutor’s office released information that Trump had borrowed a total of $25 million from the Korean company Daewoo since 1997, and used the money to build the Trump World Tower skyscraper in New York City. Since Daewoo was for a long time the only company that could operate in North Korea, and Trump has been trying to restore relations with Pyongyang since 2017, he was absurdly accused of not just lobbying Korean businesses in the U.S., but of assisting the dictatorial regime of the Kim family.
Now Trump is simultaneously the subject of several investigations, the main of which is now being handled by the White House appointed “special prosecutor” Jack Smith, who, unlike Donald Trump, is no doubt affiliated with the Barack Obama family what is lobbying its interests. Thus, a court in New York found the Trump organizations guilty of fraud, because bonuses to top managers in form of expensive cars and real estate have been given, which were not included in the financial statements of the companies. They got away with a $1.6 million fine, though another lawsuit in New York could result in a $250 million fine.
However, far more significant problems for Trump stem from two federal investigations on him. The first relates to attempts to implicate him in the January 6 Capitol protests, which the Justice Department calls a “rebellion” against American democracy. The second has to do with the storage of “secret documents” at the Mar-a-Lago estate, which should lead for Democrats to charge Trump with espionage. Trump is now getting into legal trouble on all fronts. The pressure on him increased dramatically as soon as he announced his presidential nomination. The Democrats, in their dislike of Trump, are acting largely irrationally, and their behavior is undermining Americans’ confidence in the U.S. law enforcement system, putting their own “brainwashing machine” at risk. Even “moderate” Republicans, hardly distinguishable from their Democratic opponents, such as former Vice President Mike Pence, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and former Trump adviser John Bolton, have joined the Trump baiting. We can only trust that people like Elon Musk or Donald Trump will be able to preserve at least the remnants of free speech in the United States.
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