Trump: ‘We Don’t Have Freedom of the Press’ Due to ‘Suppression by the Press’

Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump said in a Sun­day inter­view that free­dom of the press in the Unit­ed States is being erod­ed by main­stream news outlets.

The pres­i­dent was asked sev­er­al ques­tions about alleged elec­tion fraud and how cor­po­rate media out­lets are cov­er­ing it.

“The media doesn’t want to talk about it. They know how fraud­u­lent this is. It’s no dif­fer­ent than Hunter. It’s no dif­fer­ent than Hunter,” he said, refer­ring to Demo­c­rat Joe Biden’s son’s over­seas busi­ness ties that were the focus of scruti­ny weeks ahead of Nov. 3. “They don’t want to talk about Hunter, so they total­ly closed it off, big tech and the media, oth­er than The New York Post, as you remem­ber, which took a lot of heat. It was ter­mi­nat­ed. It was ter­mi­nat­ed from, I guess, Twit­ter, maybe Facebook.”


Big Tech is at war with you! They don't want you to see the truth.



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