Facebook Bans Video of New Donald Trump Interview

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Big tech is doing all it can to erase former President Donald Trump. Back in January, companies like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc., issued indefinite bans against the then-president as retribution for the insurrection. 

Then, in February, big tech platforms took down videos of Trump’s speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference. These platforms alleged that the former president’s remarks about voter fraud violated terms of service agreements. 

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In March, the censorship continued on a deeper level. The 45th president sat down for an interview with his daughter-in-law Lara Trump. Shortly after the interview was shared, Lara Trump received emails stating that the interview with her father-in-law was pulled from the website, as Breitbart News reports. 

Orwellian Censorship from Liberal Big Tech

In the former president’s interview with Lara Trump last month, he did not speak about voter fraud at all. He instead discussed President Biden and other political matters; however, this did not make big tech think twice about censoring the interview and removing it. 

A series of emails show Facebook representatives warning that any content “in the voice of” the former president is not allowed. Facebook first sent out a warning email to Lara Trump, stating that her interview with the 45th president wouldn’t be allowed on their site. Then, shortly after the upload of the Donald Trump interview, Facebook pulled the footage and sent Lara Trump a notice via email. 

Lara Trump and her husband Eric Trump blasted the decision as Orwellian and a slap in the face to tens of millions of Americans who support the 45th president. Although, Americans who wish to view the interview can do so on Rumble.

Keeping up with the 45th President

In light of big tech’s determination to censor and silence any speech from former President Trump, many supporters are wondering how they can keep up with the 45th president. However, there is some good news. 

Last month, Trump started 45Office.com, a site for his supporters to send messages, request his presence at events, and more. Likewise, the former president will also be coming out with his own social media site in the next several months. Americans who are looking to actively follow Trump on social media can currently do so on Gab as well. 

What do you think about Facebook censoring former President Trump’s interview with his daughter-in-law? Let us get your thoughts on this increasingly Orwellian censorship in the comments section below.