Michelle Obama Gave The Order for Big Tech to Delete President Trump From Social Media Platforms

PJ MEDIA - Jan 9, 2021 -

VICTORIA TAFT -


FILE - In this Sept. 28, 2016, file photo, first lady Michelle Obama speaks at LaSalle University in Philadelphia, as she campaigns for presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Clinton was always expected to get a late-campaign enthusiasm boost from the White House. The surprise is that it’s not coming from the president. On a star-studded team of campaign surrogates led by President Barack Obama, Michelle Obama has emerged as the most valuable player of Campaign 2016. (AP Photo/Mel Evans, File)

It really is a thing to behold the Left’s active effort to send all the riots, unrest, and fires of the past several years down the memory hole. When Ferguson, Missouri, was set on fire by Black Lives Matter and Lisa Fithian-trained shock troops, no one called for Barack Obama to be taken off Twitter, Facebook, or any other social media.



However, his wife, Michelle Obama, this week called for the permanent removal of President Trump from all social media platforms because of Wednesday’s siege at the Capitol Building.

The next day he was.


Mrs. Obama took to Twitter, from which Trump is now banned from two accounts, to complain about how her heart was hurting that people laid siege to the Capitol Building. Mind you, a woman who only became proud of her country for the first time only because millions of Americans voted for her husband had a sudden pang of civic concern over Wednesday’s riot. We share your disgust, but were just wondering where she’s been for the last ten years.


She attempted to draw distinctions between the antifa and Black Lives Matter riots over the summer with what took place on Wednesday.


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