The Lara Trump / DJT Interview That Big Tech Tried To Stop You From Seeing (VIDEO)

Written by Wes Walker on April 1, 2021

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When Lara Trump dared to invite her father-in-law, the 45th President for his first interview after leaving office, Big Tech tyrants preemptively blocked it, before they even knew what he’d say.

And yes, she asks ‘the’ question about 2024. (Don’t worry, we won’t ruin the surprise.)

Don’t ask us why they were so frightened of it.

“In line with the block we placed on Donald Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts, further content posted in the voice of Donald Trump will be removed and result in additional limitations on the accounts,” the email read.

The Facebook spokeswoman, who spoke on condition that her name not be used, confirmed the email was real but declined to comment. Trump spokesman Jason Miller did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the action.

In another email shared by Lara Trump on her Facebook page, Facebook said the guidance applied to all campaign accounts, messaging vehicles and former Trump surrogates on the site. — Yahoo

She wasn’t doing this interview as a family member. Now that she’s on board with Fox, she sat down for this exclusive interview as a member of the press.

Strictly speaking, Facebook is now emboldened enough that they are censoring the press.

It’s not as though this was some kind of a propaganda piece. Trump gives his answer to questions and his perspective on what’s going on both in the White House and in the country now that Joe has his old job.

She runs an interview show. She is a sympathetic interviewer. Are the questions somewhat softball? Maybe. But if so, what makes this interview different from probably every interview with Joe Biden?

Softball questions from sympathetic interviewers are the only thing Joe is likely to face for however long he remains behind the irresolute desk.

Big Tech’s major players might be able to keep Trump silenced on their own platforms, and they can use their clout to harass some of the upstarts like they did with Parler.

But we are already seeing signs that they no longer have the same lock on information that they once did. Now we have options like Rumble popping up that will let the video go up without being struck down.

Here is the ‘scary’ interview our Big Tech overlords were so keen on protecting us all from seeing.

Can you tell me what, exactly, in this interview made it so scary? The answer is nothing.

They just want him silenced, and airbrushed from history. Because they hate him.

NOW do you see why he was so adamant that their Section 230 protection gets scrubbed? They have immense power and they are happy to abuse it to help their friends, hurt their foes, and if they can snag a few favors and a seat at the table in DC, so much the better.