What say you to this:
(h/t to The Bullwark for the jpg)
For these out of contact (for one purpose or anther) with the information this previous weekend, Trump’s argument, it appears, is constructed on this:
It was billed as a bombshell: Elon Musk, after rifling by way of his new
firm’s inner information, would lastly expose how Twitter engaged in
“free speech suppression” within the important run as much as the 2020 election.
Too unhealthy that is what occurred:
However by the point the mud settled Saturday, even some conservatives have been
grumbling that it was a dud. Musk’s Twitter Recordsdata produced no smoking
gun displaying that the tech big had bent to the desire of Democrats.
The Washington Submit had some extra particulars:
The Twitter thread, based mostly on inner communications posted by Substack
author Matt Taibbi, confirmed the corporate independently determined to restrict
the unfold of the article, with out Democratic politicians, the Biden
marketing campaign or FBI exerting management over the social media community. In truth,
the one enter from a sitting politician that Taibbi famous was from
Silicon Valley Rep. Ro Khanna (D), who advised Twitter executives they
ought to distribute the story, whatever the potential penalties
for his celebration.
And THAT’S what set off Trump and his MAGA-mob.
Too unhealthy actuality doesn’t mesh with their narrative.
In the meantime our very personal failed MAGA/QAnon/GOP candidate for PA Gov, State Senator Doug Mastriano tweeted this early this morning:
Doug, regardless of with a PhD in Historical past, didn’t appropriate Woods: Nixon’s henchmen did an entire lot greater than what Woods tweeted. There was that entire “breaking and coming into” factor on the Watergate, for one.
Then there was the entire cover-up afterwards.
Isn’t that proper, PhD Doug?
And Nixon himself was dealing with impeachment on an entire lot extra; Obstruction of Justice, Abuse of Energy, and Contempt of Congress.
Isn’t that proper, Perfesser Duggie?
In case Doug pleads the fifth on these questions. The reply is “sure” on each.
That is the oath that State Senator Doug Mastriano took when he grew to become State Senator:
I do solemnly swear that I’ll help, obey
and defend the Structure of the USA and the
Structure of this Commonwealth and that I’ll discharge the
duties of my workplace with constancy.
And but he sides with the man who desires to terminate the Structure as a result of it stopped him from overturning the election he misplaced.
He doesn’t deserve to sit down any longer within the Pennsylvania legislature. He ought to resign.
He received’t, after all. However he ought to.
What say you, Doug?