The Twitter Purge Is On – What Happens Next?
The second in a series of articles on where America may be headed following the 2020 election.
In my previous post, I suggested that Silicon Valley tech companies plan to cut off communication between President Trump and his supporters. Less than 24 hours later, the President’s Twitter account was permanently suspended, and according to several sources, 4.5 million Trump supporters were purged from Twitter.
I believe the elites’ goal is not just to remove Trump and his supporters from Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube, but prevent us from communicating on other platforms. In my last post, I pointed out that alternative social media sites are subject to deplatforming. Yesterday, Google removed the social media app Parler from its store, and Apple has issued a 24-hour deadline for the company to implement censorship.
In my last video, I noted that social media platforms are vulnerable to pressure applied to the companies that provide their web hosting. Today, California Democrat Representative Ro Khanna demanded that Amazon Web Services stop hosting Parler.
Parler is hosted by Amazon Web services (AWS). Amazon should deny Parler services until Jan 21 unless they commit to removing all posts related to incitement of violence concerning inauguration. This will help prevent further violence and save lives.
— Ro Khanna (@RoKhanna) January 9, 2021
Khanna said he is concerned about “the incitement of violence concerning inauguration.” Washinton DC fears two things: a civilian-led revolution against the incoming administration or a military intervention before Biden is inaugurated.
Newsweek caught wind of my post and published an article highlighting my thoughts and those of other Trump supporters about resistance to the Biden administration—the kind Trump had to put up with for four years. (I would remind readers that I am not endorsing insurrection or advocating the overthrow of the government.)
Nancy Pelosi is frantically trying to have President Trump removed from office or prevent him from taking military action before the 20th while Congress weighs another attempt at impeachment. Why the hysteria over a man who is supposed to leave the White House in 11 days?
DC is panicking because they’re worried that Trump won’t leave on his own accord. That thought causes them fear, but it causes me to have hope.
I have no way of knowing whether Trump has a plan to remain in office past the 20th. I don’t know if military leaders would support him in that effort. But the swamp is worried about that possibility and their concern may be based on information we don’t have access to. Once politicians expressed their fear publicly, the Pentagon had to make a statement. The DoD has officially denied such ideas, but that means nothing. If the military did have a plan, they wouldn’t announce it. Mike Pompeo is tweeting about an orderly transition to the Biden administration, which is exactly what I would expect him to do, whether Trump had other plans or not. Trump’s people could not publicly acknowledge an alternate plan if they knew about it. And if there is a plan, I would expect only a handful of people to be briefed on it.
That means we’re all in the dark. I would be surprised if we received any meaningful information from the President or his surrogates in the next few days. If he speaks publicly, I would expect it to be about social media censorship and not the election, and certainly not about remaining in office. The fog of war has thickened considerably.
If the swamp gets wind of an organized effort to forcefully resist the incoming Biden administration, I would expect more steps to be taken to keep Trump supporters from communicating. That might include suspending access to apps like Telegram and Whatsapp and email services. Further steps might involve the disruption of computer and mobile device operating systems. If any of this occurs, remember that we did not have this technology in 1980 and we got by just fine.
I am on Gab and Parler, but my long-term plan is to host my messages on CloutHub, which is building its own video hosting and live-streaming service. Clouthub offers many of the features of Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube without censorship and they don’t sell your personal information. If the Clouthub app is not available in your country, you might consider using a VPN to hide your location and download the app. Some may find it helpful to learn how to manually install an app when it is not available in the app store.
I normally host a live broadcast on the second Saturday of the month, but my Periscope account was suspended yesterday. I will continue hosting live broadcasts on Clouthub once their new live streaming service is available.
That’s all for this update.
Please keep the President in prayer