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The Argument Could Be Made That Jack Dorsey’s Twitter Platform Committed Treason Against Donald Trump’s Presidency

Democrats and other far-leftists filled their drawers and screamed “insurrection” when an idle crowd swarmed the Capitol building on January 6th, but when a sitting president was attacked and forced to retreat to the secure basement of the White House because a crowd of rioting, Democrat radicals beat police officers and burned a church in Lafayette Square, this incident was buried by the leftist press, and the president was not allowed to use Twitter to express his opinions to the American public concerning the treatment he received from violent, radical leftists.

According to political scientist Edward Banfield, in his book The Unheavenly City, one of the main causes of crime is that too many people who commit crimes cannot envision any punishment for their crimes. So if we consider that Democrats feel free to commit political crimes because the Biden DOJ and the FBI are staffed with Democrat bureaucrats whom they know will not pursue and punish their own fellow party members, we can see why Democrats framed Donald Trump for the alleged crime of Russian collusion, and impeached Trump twice based on false charges, because they cannot envision any punishment resulting from their insurrectionist, treasonous actions. But now that Elon Musk has spelled out for us, plain and simple, the unconstitutional and unacceptable things Democrats have done in order to gain and remain in power, Republicans in congress must be sure the Democrat piper is paid for his un-American behavior, because Joey Biden commits such crimes against America and our constitution every day of the week, with no downside for him criminally or politically.

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Dave King

Retired AT&T supervisor.

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