December 22, 2018
I’m leaning more and more towards the theory that Junior was the Trump that was chosen.
He’s got his eyes on the prize.
Donald Trump Jr. spoke at Turning Point USA’s 2018 Student Action Summit on Thursday evening and afterward shared his thoughts with Breitbart News about the bias America is witnessing within the big tech industry.
Breitbart News’ Alana Mastrangelo had the chance to speak with Trump Jr. as he was exiting the building in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Mastrangelo asked, “What does it say about Google when the CEO, under oath, cannot answer for why when you Google image the word ‘idiot,’ photos of your father, the President of the United States, pops up?”
Trump Jr. claimed there was obvious bias and stated it was “pretty disgusting.”
Trump Jr. told Breitbart: “Listen, I think it shows, and says what everyone already knows, that these are incredibly biased platforms, and they’re using their incredible power to influence people from a very young age. You know, they’re doing that, they’re pretending it’s not happening. It’s happening. Anyone with a brain sees it’s happening. And so, it’s pretty disgusting to see it, and frankly, there should be consequences.”
Or, you know, we could just regulate the tech industry like all those other industries we regulate (see: every other industry).
Also, can we get Ann in on this?
At this point, it is undeniable that Trump listens to her, and when he eventually refollows her on Twitter, she needs to start hammering home the whole “REGULATE THE CYBER!” point.
If not her, then Junior should make this his issue going forward.
Ann’s good on the immigration and the Wall – that’s her thing. And Tucker is good on the Swamp and the Deep State machinations.
So let’s get Junior on the Big Tech censorship issue.
With the Holy Trinity prodding President Trump on all three fronts, we’ve got a fighting chance.
Everywhere he turns, Trump will have someone reminding him to get to work on one of the Big 3 campaign issues.
Issue 1: building the Wall – Ann.
Issue 2: draining the Swamp – Tucker.
Issue 3: regulating the Interwebs – Junior.
Christmas is right around the corner and that’s my wishlist.