(READ) Trump on censuring Cheney; media ‘fake story’ re: National Archives docs

Donald Trump is one of the most important political figures of the day and, arguably, the most important Republican in national politics. But many in the media have taken the historic step of censoring him. For that reason, one of our goals is to publish information about Trump that is otherwise difficult-to-find.

February 9, 2022
Statement by Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America
For the Old Crow Mitch McConnell to say that the RNC should not censure walking Democrat sound bites, Liz Cheney and Cryin’ Adam Kinzinger, is so against what Republicans are about. It’s not as bad as the two-month extension he gave the Democrats when they were ready to fold, but the censure of Cheney and Kinzinger is a good and very appropriate thing to do as it pertains to our great Republican Party!
February 10, 2022
Statement by Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America
Following collaborative and respectful discussions, the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) openly and willingly arranged with President Trump for the transport of boxes that contained letters, records, newspapers, magazines, and various articles. Some of this information will someday be displayed in the Donald J. Trump Presidential Library for the public to view my Administration’s incredible accomplishments for the American People.  The media’s characterization of my relationship with NARA is Fake News. It was exactly the opposite! It was a great honor to work with NARA to help formally preserve the Trump Legacy. The papers were given easily and without conflict and on a very friendly basis, which is different from the accounts being drawn up by the Fake News Media. In fact, it was viewed as routine and “no big deal.” In actuality, I have been told I was under no obligation to give this material based on various legal rulings that have been made over the years. Crooked Hillary Clinton, as an example, deleted and acid washed 32,000 emails and never gave that to the government. Then, they took large amounts of furniture out of the White House. And Bill Clinton kept numerous audio recordings that the archives wanted, but were unsuccessful at getting after going to court. We won’t even mention what is going on with the White House in the current, or various past administrations.  Also, another fake story, that I flushed papers and documents down a White House toilet, is categorically untrue and simply made up by a reporter in order to get publicity for a mostly fictitious book. The Democrats are just using this and the Unselect Committee of political hacks as a camoflauge for how horribly our Country is doing under the Biden Administration. In the United States there has unfortunately become two legal standards, one for Republicans and one for Democrats. It should not be that way!

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5 thoughts on “(READ) Trump on censuring Cheney; media ‘fake story’ re: National Archives docs”

  1. I see some lefty group is sponsoring ads on this site urging the Merrick Garland to prosecute Trump and that Marjorie Taylor Green should be removed from office. My own view is that Merrick Garland should be fired or impeached and put on trial for lying to Congress and for various abuses of office. As for MTG, when I see stories about her in the MSM, I think she’s a wacko, but when I hear her in her own words, she makes a lot of sense almost all of the time.

  2. Arne Tormod Steinarson

    I must say I question your wish to give space to viewpoints from Donald Trump. I do respect that you have freedom to do that. But let me put forth my argument.

    Donald Trump has a history of harassing persons around him, basically based on any weakness he can spot in their character (or how an imagined weakness could turn others against this person). It is enough to think of all his belittling and ridiculing labeling of people around him – to realize this. It happened all the time when a person was not acting in accordance with his perceived short term interest. (Other people around him, himself included could display big and obvious flaws – but as long as they worked for and promote Donalds short term agenda that was perfectly fine with him).

    Of course Donald can also be friendly, contribute to society – like anyone. And of course he sometimes does (maybe he does his own laundry, he has paid at least some tax, maybe he take his dogs for a walk occasionally and so on).

    But he has shown an unusual vigor in harassing, manipulating and putting others down. And an unusual slippery attitude towards verifiable facts. And honestly very compromised ways of arguing for his viewpoints.

    There is freedom of speech and thought, but that freedom does not carry with it a duty for various publications to publish anything that anyone says. Even if they at a time owned hotels, have composed famous rock songs or have been a president of something.

    If there is substantial evidence that Donald has been prohibited from expressing his views and thoughts, say in a lunch queue, when consulting with a public official, talking with his neighbor, or within his own family – then there is something to act on.

    But an individual, with a compromised track record, who has been documented to harass so many colleagues, co-workers and fellow human beings, who frequently speaks and argues disconnected from facts, such an individual cannot expect that his/her free thoughts should automatically be given space in the forums / publications of his choice.

    A forum or a publication has their own quality requirements that they do not want to compromise (and that is as it should). They take a decision on whether a piece from a person fulfills that or not.

    I would say it is morally correct not to take part of any harassing or bullying of Donald. There is no need to go after him personally. But for flagrant moral (and legal) oversteps, it is correct to do what we can to correct that – as with anyone.

    I think he is best off let alone to work with the various businesses he still has.

    The bandwidth of public debate is limited, and I think one should consider what subjects one tries to bring in there.

  3. Thanks Sharyl for providing a honest outlet for a former president of the USA.

    The “mainstream” media presents half-truths and opinions to support the NARRATIVE that is not questioned by low-information citizens.

    I do not accept everything President Trump verbalizes, but at least we know this site is not fake.

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