Insider treason: Kushner prevented Trump from joining Parler, Gab following Twitter ban


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(Natural News) After President Donald Trump was banned from Twitter and other social media platforms following the Capitol false flag “siege,” his son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner reportedly stopped him from joining alternative platforms like Parler and Gab.

A report from CNN (whatever that is worth) claims that Kushner and deputy chief of staff Dan Scavino went against other aides such as personnel chief Johnny McEntee in denying Trump access to uncensored social media platforms.

CNN claims to have retrieved this information from an “outside adviser” and an “administration official,” so it could all be fake news. Parler is still down, so it is unknown if Trump attempted to create an account there. He does, however, have an account at Gab.

The mainstream media is absolutely freaking out about Trump’s presence on Gab, as according to them the platform caters to “far-right” users while imposing no “speech restrictions” – how dare them, right?

Neither Gab nor Parler is available anymore in either the Google Play or Apple App stores.

Twitter will not allow President Trump to speak from any account

In an attempt to sidestep his Twitter ban, Trump announced on his official government @POTUS account – this is different from his personal @realDonaldTrump account – that he would soon be launching his own social media platform. Twitter quickly removed that post just minutes after Trump tweeted it.

Gary Coby, Trump’s digital director, also tried to change his own personal account to Trump’s name, tweeting that he was planning to give Scavino the account password. Within five minutes, Twitter administrators removed the tweet and suspended Coby’s account.

Since the Capitol “attack,” as The Hill and other corporate media outlets are calling it, big corporations have made a point of distancing themselves from Trump and his supporters.

Trump has not yet attempted to talk publicly about election fraud since the incident, other than to announce that he will not be attending the alleged inauguration on Jan. 20.

Trump says no “true supporter” of his would ever engage in “political violence”

In a statement, Trump urged his supporters not to engage in violence. After being briefed by the Secret Service, Trump put out a video to quell the misnomer that he in any way encouraged an “insurrection” at the Capitol on Jan. 6.

“No true supporter of mine could ever endorse political violence,” Trump stated. “No true supporter of mine could ever disrespect law enforcement or our great American flag.”

“Now I am asking everyone who has ever believed in our agenda to be thinking of ways to ease tensions, calm tempers and help to promote peace in our country.”

Towards the end of his public address, Trump reiterated that the media’s response to the incident is completely out of line.

“Efforts to censor, cancel, and blacklist our fellow citizens are wrong and they are dangerous,” Trump explained, adding that what is now occurring is an “unprecedented assault on free speech.”

“What is needed now is for us to listen to one another, not to silence one another.”

In a separate statement issued from the White House, Trump told his supporters that “there must be NO violence, NO lawbreaking and NO vandalism of any kind.”

“Facebook and Twitter contributed to the Capitol events far, far more than Gab ever could have,” noted one commenter at The Hill about the total hypocrisy of Apple and Google banning Gab and Parler but not Facebook and Twitter.

“Antifa and BLM thugs rampaged and burned over 60 cities, and none were banned from social media,” commented another.

More of the latest news about Big Tech censorship can be found at Censorship.news.

Sources for this article include:

TheHill.com

Gab.com

NaturalNews.com


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