Trump has a message for the American People about Inauguration Day, but no Platform to Deliver it

WASHINGTON, DC –  The President of the United States, Donald J. Trump has a message for the American public today regarding the inauguration of Joe Biden, but he has no way to get that message to the people.  President Donald J. Trump today issued a statement from the White House in an attempt to quell the frustration and anger of the 79,000,000 Americans who voted for him in a contentious November election.

That message is to tell his supporters not to engage in violence, lawbreaking or vandalism of any kind.

The only problem is Trump and many of his supporters have all been kicked off social media, so they probably won’t be getting his message…but that’s how it’s supposed to work.  With the President’s vital communication line to the public cut by big tech companies working in conjunction with the Democrat party, Trump’s message may unfortunately never reach its target audience.

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It’s rumored that the Oval Office fax machine is still working as one of the President’s last methods of communication within the White House.


“In light of reports of more demonstrations, I urge that there must be NO violence, NO lawbreaking and NO vandalism of any kind. That is not what I stand for, and it is not what America stands for. I call on ALL Americans to help ease tensions and calm tempers. Thank You,” the President said.

The message comes as the President is facing impeachment, being blamed for inciting an incursion of the U.S. Capitol building last Wednesday.

It is one of the first public messages sent to the public by the President, however, the President now has no platforms to get that message to his followers. The President has been banned from Twitter and Facebook and Parler, another social media site that supported the President has been shut down in light of Wednesday’s insurgency.

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