Reality television actress Siggy Flicker recently sat down for an interview where she discussed why she has decided to join forces with President Donald Trump and participate in his class-action lawsuit against Big Tech, noting that many of the companies and leftists who work for them are seeking to destroy America “from within.”
“Americans, don’t take it from a legal immigrant, travel the world and realize this is the greatest country, and they are playing by Saul Alinsky’s playbook,” Flicker, who starred on the hit reality show, “The Real Housewives of New Jersey,” said during Thursday’s “Stinchfield.”
“They’re trying to destroy America from within,” she stated.
Saul Alinsky was a Chicago community activist and political theorist who wrote “Rules for Radicals,” which is often rebuked by conservatives as a divisive missive to unwind the founding of the United States of America.
Flicker then went on to tell host Grant Stinchfield that she is standing with the former president and with “we the people, who President Trump cares about.”
“He is the only president defending the Constitution, protecting the republic,” Flicker, who recently penned a book called “Write Your Own Fairy Tale: The New Rules for Dating, Relationships, and Finding Love On Your Terms,” said.
Flicker explained that her Facebook account has been disabled after she posted a happy birthday message to a very elegantly attired former first lady, Melania Trump, in each of the languages she’s fluent in.
“My Facebook account has been disabled for no apparent reason,” she said. “Like I said, I put up a picture of beautiful Melania Trump on her birthday April 26. I went to log into my Facebook, and it was disabled.”
Flicker, 54, added her attorney sent a letter to the general legal counsel of Facebook.
“And, of course, when socialists are running Facebook, they feel they don’t need to respond, so they haven’t responded yet,” the reality television star continued, adding, “My attorney has requested that we join this class-action lawsuit, because we are now in a critical time in history.”
“The puppets are all in a panic behind the scenes,” she went on to say, speaking of the White House trying to discredit the former president’s lawsuit. “What President Trump is doing, once again, is defending the republic, trying to defend the Constitution.”
“I was a reality star for over 10 years. I know all too well all about fake story lines, selective editing, and manufactured stories. I’ve been there and I’ve done that,” Flicker said.
She noted Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which generally provides immunity for website platforms from third-party content, should be reworked because it was enacted before Facebook was founded and when Mark Zuckerberg was in middle school.
“What these companies have done is they’ve abused Section 230 to silence conservatives like myself and millions of others,” she noted, making it clear she is not joining the lawsuit to gain fame or fortune, “because I don’t need it.”
“I’m doing this for my children and the next generation of Americans – for the future generation of Americans that deserve to grow up in America, not in China, not in Iran, not in a socialist, communist country – in the land of the free because of the brave,” she finished.