Written with contribution from Sheriff David Clarke
The left may have managed to get President Donald Trump out of the White House and banished from Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and even a handful of banks—but it’s become abundantly clear he has nonetheless set up permanent residents inside the heads of his adversaries.
They’ve never been jumpier now that Trump has been sitting, mostly quietly, on the sidelines of the nation whose top leadership role he just vacated.
Donald Trump is unlikely resolved to a social media-free future, according to one of his top advisers, and may even be launching his own platform to facilitate his return to the digital public forum.
“I would expect that we will see the president reemerge on social media,” senior adviser Jason Miller said during a Saturday radio interview, the Washington Examiner reported.
“Whether that’s joining an existing platform or creating his new platform, there are a number of different options and a number of different meetings that they’ve been having on that front. Nothing is imminent on that,” he continued.
Throughout the whole of Trump’s career in politics, his Twitter account was a primary means to which he reached supporters—and drove the left absolutely nuts.
Miller hinted that Trump is sure to return to social media sooner or later, but offered no further specifics.
“All options are on the table,” he said. “A number of things are being discussed. Stay tuned there because you know he’s going to be back on social media. We’re just kind of figuring out which avenue makes the most sense.”
Trump is in the position to seriously disrupt the Democrat’s stranglehold on the official narrative, as he has done since he first stepped out into the political sphere.
It doesn’t help much that they’ve only accelerated censorship and dishonest reporting in the days since he left office, either.
Millions of Americans are sick and tired of the lies and mischaracterization, and crucifying the man who led the most impressive populist movement in recent memory does nothing but to underscore the fact that the left is terrified of the influence that Trump still has. So is the GOP establishment, I might add.
Big Tech has had control over the flow of information for far too long—what if Trump were to take this influence to a new platform and seriously disrupt their monopoly on both business and “facts”?
It could be game-changing.