Trump Jr. Gets Smacked By Twitter After Sharing Video On Hydroxychloroquine
Big Tech companies are proving more and more that they are nothing more than the left hand of the progressive movement, working tirelessly around the clock to slap down conservatives who are attempting to do their best to freely share information with the masses that the right hand of the movement, the mainstream media, doesn’t want you to know.
Why don’t they want you to know this information? Probably because it destroys the narrative they’ve worked hard to create as a weapon to take down President Trump. In this case, that weapon is the coronavirus.
Notice how hard the left has pushed for mail-in voting? Well, if information gets out to the masses this virus isn’t really as bad as they claim it is, or that there is a possible cure or treatment for it out there, that blows that narrative to pieces and bye-bye mail-in voting and any chance to tamper with election results.
Donald Trump Jr., the president’s son, just learned this lesson the hard way. Twitter gave him a partial ban after he shared a video about hydroxychloroquine.
A message from the company said that some features of Trump Jr.’s account were “temporarily limited” after he violated the company’s rules — specifically, a policy on “spreading misleading and potentially harmful misinformation” related to the coronavirus.
A spokesperson for the company said that the account was not suspended, but that “some” account features would be limited for 12 hours because of the rule violation.
The drug became a flashpoint in the administration’s coronavirus response after President Trump began touting it as a possible cure. Trump said he took the drug after his personal valet caught the virus. Following a two-week regimen of taking the drug, Trump said he was “feeling perfect” and “would take it again” if he was exposed to the virus. White House trade and manufacturing adviser Peter Navarro has also called for the drug to be used.
Trump Jr.’s spokesman, Andrew Surabian, tweeted about the incident and then released a statement about it:
“Twitter suspending Don Jr. for sharing a viral video of medical professionals discussing their views on Hydroxychloroquine is further proof that Big Tech is intent on killing free expression online and is another instance of them committing election interference to stifle Republican voices.”
“While there is indeed much disagreement in the medical community about the efficacy of Hydroxychloroquine in treating coronavirus, there have been studies reported on by ‘mainstream’ outlets like CNN, suggesting that it may in fact be an effective treatment. Those pretending otherwise are lying for political reasons.”
It’s crazy how far social media companies are willing to go in order to discredit anything the president says, including burying facts that backup his assertions. This is how much they hate him.
However, in reality, their hatred isn’t really for Trump. It’s for you and I. The American people who want to have control over our country and be free to live our lives without government interference.