“My Fellow Americans,” A Video Message From President Trump

OPINION | This article contains political commentary which reflects the author's opinion.

President Trump has spoken to us tonight. He gave a perfect speech that touched on all necessary points.

But after the unprecedented censorship by big tech this past week, my question is, when will YouTube take down this video?

Take a listen:

The President did an excellent job. He unequivocally condemned the violence that occurred on January 6th during the Capitol riots.

He goes on to explain how his real supporters could never be violent, and those that have been violent were and are not supporting patriotism; they are attacking it – whether they’re on the right or the left or a Democrat or a Republican. Moreover, he explained how there is never an excuse for violence. Those who engaged in last week’s attack will receive their justice; President Trump further explained what is being done to maintain order during President-elect Biden’s upcoming inauguration. Then he directed Americans to maintain peace and order and non-violence in the coming week ahead.

He expressed appreciation to all of us who have responded to recent high-tension moments with calm, moderation, and grace.

Finally, President Trump condemned the actions of big tech to censor and silence free speech.

Did y’all see the video that Trump published on Twitter last Thursday morning? The one where he said similar things as he did today, asking for calm and peace and NO VIOLENCE?

Well, he did. I watched it right before Twitter suspended his account – I imagine many didn’t see it, and the media certainly didn’t do their job to publish it. If you didn’t see it, you might ask, why the heck didn’t POTUS do this sooner? Funny how things would be different if he had not been censored for the last week, amiright?

And now, on 1.13.21, the House moves to impeach him for a second time. Would that have worked so well if his Twitter account was still open? I guess we’ll never know, will we?

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If there were actual footage of President Trump calling for violence, don’t y’all think CNN would be replaying it 24/7? They’re not doing it because there is no such footage.

So just as Twitter shut down his account last week after he called for peace and non-violence, what will YouTube do with this video message?

I guess we’ll see what happens.

Peace be with all of you during these times. Stay safe out there, friends.

May God Bless America now and forever.