Yep, it was not him flat out on Social Media calling for an armed uprising to stop the fake election result that was dividing the country. It was those nasty Big Tech companies who were censoring his message in the aftermath what did it.
“I think that Big Tech is doing a horrible thing for our country and to our country, and I believe it’s going to be a catastrophic mistake for them. They’re dividing and divisive”, Trump told reporters at the start of a trip to Texas.
Trump said the companies had made a “terrible mistake” and that there is a “counter move” to the actions Big Tech platforms have taken without being specific about what that means.
Last week, Twitter, Facebook, Google, Apple and Amazon took their strongest actions yet against Trump to stop him taking smack to encourage stupid people to revolt against democracy based on his latest conspiracy theory.
They cited the potential for continued violence stemming from the Republican president’s posts, after his supporters’ 6 January assault on the US Capitol that killed five people.
Apple, Google and Amazon also suspended Parler - a pro-Trump app where users have threatened more violence - from their respective app stores and Web-hosting services.
However, all that has hacked off Trump, who immediately vowed he would “not be SILENCED!” and promised a “big announcement soon”.