Democrats and their supporters in Silicon Valley and the media have really ramped up their online purge of Trump supporters.
It all started with Nancy Pelosi’s introduction of new Articles of Impeachment against President Trump. One of the punishments of a successful impeachment, under the Constitution, is that if the person is impeached (and convicted in the Senate), that individual can never hold public office again. That’s why Pelosi is in such a rush to impeach Trump. If he leaves office next Wednesday, before both Houses of Congress convict him, he can run again in 2024. If they are able to impeach him before, he cannot.
Next, Trump supporters who attended the peaceful Stop the Steal rally in DC last week are suddenly finding themselves on the No-Fly List. They went to the airport after the rally only to discover that their government now considers them terrorists and wouldn’t allow them to board their flights. How did the government identify and demonize these people so quickly?
The dummies running Parler required people to upload the front and back of their driver license, along with their phone number, in order to gain “Verified Citizen” status on the platform. Parler was one of the only social media companies allowing Trump supporters to coordinate the big rally in DC, so the FBI was able to quickly cross reference driver licenses with rally attendees and the FAA and KAPOW! They’re on the No-Fly List and labeled as potential domestic terrorists, pending the official investigation.
Next, Democrats are rapidly moving to criminalize political and moral support for President Trump. One bill that was introduced by the Democrats this week will, if passed, classify all “Make America Great Again” rallies as domestic terrorist activities.
Newly elected Congresswoman Cori Bush (D-MO), who is farther to the left than Bernie Sanders, has introduced a bill to expel all Republican Members of Congress who challenged the 2020 election results.
Finally, the Supreme Court has announced that it will not fast-track any more 2020 election challenges. No cases asking for an audit or for overturning fake state results will be heard by the court before January 20th. Dirtbags.
This isn’t an exhaustive list. The tech overlords of Silicon Valley have gone even farther. Watch the video below to learn more before it gets taken down.