President Donald J. Trump has been cut off from communication with his supporters on numerous social media websites, including email, and Joe Biden is using the opportunity to shame Trump supporters and fundraise off of the move by Big Tech.
“They don’t even try to hide it anymore,” posted Jason Miller, one of Trump’s senior advisors.
U.S. Sen. Steve Daines called Twitter’s Friday ban of President Donald Trump “censorship,” and demanded in a letter to the social media giant that the account be reinstated.
Daines, a Montana Republican, said the move to ban a public official from the platform eliminates Americans’ access to important information and hinders their ability to communicate with their elected representatives.
“Big Tech censoring @realdonaldtrump & the free speech of American citizens is on par with communist countries like China & North Korea. This is a slippery slope that the United States must not go down. We must protect our most precious right as American citizens, not censor it,” Steve Daines posted on Twitter.
“Big Tech censoring @realdonaldtrump & the free speech of American citizens is on par with communist countries like China & North Korea. This is a slippery slope that the United States must not go down. We must protect our most precious right as American citizens, not censor it,” he wrote.
Trump has also been cut off from sending emails.
“The Trump campaign is now blocked from emailing their millions of supporters after being suspended by their email service provider. The suspension comes shortly after President Donald Trump and his campaign was permanently banned from Twitter,” The Gateway Pundit reported.
The Nationalist Review reports, “the move effectively cuts off communication between his team and his core supporters. What is not clear, however, is what other services have banned his team. The Trump campaign sends out a massive amount of emails—33 in January so far. But, it has been 48 hours since the campaign has reached out to its supporters via email, prompting most journalists to speculate that other providers have shut off access as well.”
Biden Campaign is fundraising off of the Trump shutdown, as pointed up by Miller:
According to the New York Times, at the link above, Big Tech is helping Biden fundraise off of the censorship of the US President:
“The inaugural committee did not disclose how much it has raised so far for the event, which is to be scaled down because of the pandemic,” they wrote.
“Major technology companies like Google and Microsoft, as well as telecommunications giants like Comcast and Verizon, are among the nearly 1,000 people and groups that have donated at least $200 to the committee organizing President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s scaled-back inauguration celebration this month.
The donor list, released Saturday evening by the committee, was filled mostly with individual donors, including major givers to Democrats such as Arthur Blank, the owner of the Atlanta Falcons; Richard C. Blum, the husband of Senator Dianne Feinstein of California; and Donald Sussman, a hedge fund mogul.
The inaugural committee did not list any of the amounts that these 959 donors had given as of Dec. 31, the end of the period covered in the voluntary disclosure.,” the NYT reported.
We can imagine that the donor list is a group of people who have their full rights and access to the internet.