Actor Bradley Whitford: 'The President of the United States Is a Terrorist'
The actor’s comments days after the Capitol Hill riots
Actor Bradley Whitford has called President Donald Trump a 'terrorist' in a tweet on Tuesday.
“The President of the United States is a terrorist,” tweeted Whitford.
The President of the United States is a terrorist.— Bradley Whitford (@BradleyWhitford) January 12, 2021
The actor’s comments days after the Capitol Hill riots, which the Democrats and establishment media outlets blame Trump for.
Liberal celebrities, Big Tech, and politicians accused Trump of inciting violence - the same narrative being used to deplatform him from Facebook and Twitter.
Twitter permanently banned President Trump from its platform, which later emboldened Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to ock the president out of his Facebook and Instagram accounts “indefinitely.”
A social media purge took place not long after Trump's ban as Apple banned free speech platform Parler.
Many large conservative accounts have noted losses of thousands of followers, and other high-profile figures on the right have been banned themselves, according to The Daily Caller.
Amazon also removed Parler from its web hosting services, which knocked Parler offline.
Meanwhile, Borat star Sacha Baron Cohen called on YouTube to ban Trump and basted them for not falling into line with its fellow Big Tech oligarchs.
The actor-turned-propagandist took to Twitter Monday to complain that YouTube is spreading Trump's alleged "election lies to MILLIONS of people!"
British "comedian" Cohen demanded that Google-owned YouTube joins the anti-Trump campaign to "save democracy" by banning the president that 75 million Americans voted for.
“Virtually every social media company has removed Trump…EXCEPT YouTube,” Cohen tweeted on Monday.
Neon Nette reported on Tuesday that Twitter took an enormous financial hit as its stock price sunk 11 percent in the wake of their censorship spree.
At Monday opening, stock bombed by 11%, and while it somewhat recovered, it remained 7% down for most of the day.
Early Tuesday morning shows Twitter shares are still down by around 6.4%.