Trump campaign spokesperson Hogan Gidley wanted Fox News viewers to know on Monday that President Donald Trump does not feel “emasculated” by losing his beloved Twitter account, fawningly declaring the president the “most masculine person ever” to occupy the White House.
Amid a flurry of social media and tech sites banning the president from their platforms after he incited an insurrectionist mob to violently storm the U.S. Capitol to stop Congress from certifying Joe Biden’s election win, Fox News and conservatives have seemingly focused more energy decrying the de-platforming of those involved in the incitement than the actual riots themselves.
“Look, I think the president is frustrated with what’s going on with these censorship tactics,” Gidley said at the top of his interview with Fox News anchor Bill Hemmer. “I’m telling you, that is so insidious. You can censor the American people but you can never silence the American people.”
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