Donald Trump Launches His Own Communication Platform, Bypassing the Tech Dictocracy

Donald Trump launches a new website

After months of being banned from social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook, former President Donald Trump this week launched a new communications platform where he will be able to communicate directly with his followers.

The new platform, called “From the Desk of Donald J. Trump,” can be found at www.DonaldJTrump.com/desk. Users can see posts, images, and videos from Trump and share them to social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. (We don’t know if the media dictocracy will ban such posts or the posters.) The site currently does not yet have a way for users to comment or interact with the posts on the platform.

Trump has already added a few posts to the site, including a video introducing users to the new platform that promises to be “straight from the desk of Donald J. Trump.”

The technology appears to be powered by Campaign Nucleus— the “digital ecosystem made for efficiently managing political campaigns and organizations,” created by his former campaign manager, Brad Parscale, according to Fox News.

“President Trump’s website is a great resource to find his latest statements and highlights from his first term in office, but this is not a new social media platform,” senior advisor Jason Miller told Fox News. “We’ll have additional information coming on that front in the very near future.”

President Trump’s website was launched May 4, the day before Facebook’s “oversight board” decided to continue suspending Trump from Facebook and Instagram for at least another six months.

Facebook moved to block Trump “indefinitely” after the Jan. 6 riot in the U.S. Capitol, with CEO Mark Zuckerberg saying that they “believe the risks of allowing the President to continue to use our service during this period are simply too great.”

Trump is permanently banned from Twitter for daring to attempt to counter the Democratic Party narrative.

The President of Syrian President Bashar Hafez al-Assad and Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei still are allowed to post on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Posted May 5, 2021

Turkeys rule in America

Turkey awaits ThanksgivingMore than eight months after “15 days to flatten the curve,” our so-called medical experts, politicos, and pundits are bidding us to avoid our family at all costs over the holidays, lest we die. This Thanksgiving week, family separation is the name of the game, with governors and local authorities implementing onerous restrictions to discourage people from leaving their homes.

“If you are planning to spend Thanksgiving with people outside your household, we urge you to reconsider,” wrote a group of governors in the pages of the Washington Post. These authors included little tyrants such as Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, whose lockdown orders arbitrarily outlawed the sale of gardening seeds while allowing patrons to purchase lottery tickets, Gov. Andy Beshear, who ordered that Kentucky police record church attendees’ license plate numbers at Easter services as “the only way we can ensure that your decision doesn’t kill someone else,” and Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker, whose family violated his own lockdown orders on more than one occasion to travel to their second home in Florida.

Meanwhile, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D as Dastardly) has canceled Thanksgiving plans with his 89-year-old mother and two of his daughters after facing backlash following his pleas for New Yorkers to limit their holiday plans and “stay away” from their loved ones. His mother should be happy that he’s not dumping her in a coronavirus-infected nursing home.

In Oregon, Gov. Kate Brown is getting her own share of backlash for saying people should call the police on other people who violate the state’s coronavirus restrictions on Thanksgiving.

“This is a travesty that’s happening in our state,” said Tootie Smith, chair of Clackamas County in reaction to Brown’s anti-gathering ordinance announced on Nov. 17. “How dare Governor Brown think she’s going to come out, she’s going to send police into people’s homes and arrest them and fine them for having a Thanksgiving meal with their family, while at (the) same time she lets rioters and looters destroy downtown in the city of Portland. That’s hypocrisy.”

“We don’t need to be treated as scond-rate slaves in our own homes,” she added.

Brown’s restrictions forbid gatherings of more than six people inside one home. Violators could face fines of up to $1,250 and possible jail time, according to the Daily Wire.

Read more about political turkeys, by Kylee Zimpel at The Federalist, Daily Wire and Breitbart News.