Trump Jr: The Whistleblower is Best Example of “The Swamp”

Everybody knows who the whistleblower is. The whole Internet knows. But, in the week preceding the circus we’re now calling an impeachment inquiry, if you mention the name of the whistleblower on Faceblock, Instascam, or any of the major socialist media networks, you were running the risk of having your page, channel, or what-have-you removed.

And there’s nothing funny about it, because people make their livings by running information through those websites. However, if you were to go and do a Google search for the identity of the whistleblower, you would find that the guy was a major CIA spook, had serious ties to the Bidens, and has been a lifelong Democrat operative.

Still, we’re being told that his identity is a national security secret and anyone who spills the beans is to be punished. But, there is no law that says you can’t name the whistleblower, and no law enforcement official has warned anyone off of doing it. So, why on a hill of beans and cream would our social media masters be shutting channels down for naming the whistleblower?

It’s about control. They know damn good and well that this is their chance to shut down Trump supporters with a voice. It’s a sword of Damocles, and it’s being wielded by people who think you have no right to have opinions different to theirs. Just as they shut down Alex Jones as a test run, they are doing this to see how far we will let them go.

Here’s Donald Trump Jr. and Dave Rubin with more.


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