Leftists love saying that Trump and his supporters are paranoid about the mainstream media and Big Tech working against the president…

They say we’re loony conspiracy theorists and that there is no grand scheme to remove our president from power.


It seems that Twitter and Facebook are only “fact-checking” Trump while letting complete falsehoods and lies by Creepy Joe Biden slip through without a single issue.

When it comes to the mainstream media, we don’t even need to even touch on this. The bias of MSNBC and CNN is well-documented, so we’re not even going to discuss it fully.

However, what we do need to talk about is how social media and Google aren’t the only Big Tech companies that have thrown their lot in with the Left.

According to new reports, our very own communications companies are doing the same thing.

Telecommunications Industry Aligns Against Trump

Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile ALL shut down President Donald Trump’s campaign texting program, albeit temporarily—but didn’t do the same to Joe Biden.

This is extremely harmful to the President’s campaign because he and his team utilize this digital platform to great success…

But now, with the big three telecommunications companies taking a stand WITH the Liberals against our president, it’s hard not to see the workings of some clandestine scheme to remove Trump from the White House—or at least an attempt to hinder his re-election.

Eric Wilson, a GOP digital strategist that once worked with Marco Rubio on his 2016 presidential campaign, said, “A campaign’s email and text messaging list are some of the most important assets they have in 2020,” before adding that this kind of censorship is, “really very concerning to see that such a significant issue happened and to see that it wasn’t resolved in a timely manner.”

However, not ALL the blame can be laid at the feet of the mobile telecommunications industry…

It’s been reported that the decision to freeze the president’s texting ability was supposedly not made by the companies themselves but by a third-party group that monitors the industry’s text messaging services.

Cellular Telecommunications Industry (CTI), a body that represents the cellular telecommunications industry as a whole, made the decision to block Trump campaign messages due to questions about whether the texts met agreed-upon guidelines.

AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile insist they were simply following the recommendation of the CTI.

“It Wasn’t Us, It’s The People That WORK For Us!”

The Trump campaign’s messaging shutdown happened during a test run on the 4th of July—one of the most patriotic days in America—which could have potentially cost MILLIONS in donations to the campaign from supporters.

The CTI did not reveal the reason as to why they blocked the president’s messaging service, but said in a released statement, “We expect all senders – whether airlines, schools, banks or campaigns – to include clear opt-out language and gain prior consent before sending a text. These simple steps help protect consumers from spam and maintain text messaging as a trusted medium for everyone.”

So, basically, they blocked the campaign on a loophole and made changes to their guidelines without at least informing the Republican side of the aisle to these alterations.

Leftists will say that this was just how business is done…

That it wasn’t targeted at our president.

But we know better, don’t we?

We know exactly what’s going on here – why it’s happening – we just don’t know the actual who.

Though we may have some ideas.

Let’s hope things get resolved soon…

This is the most important election in history, and it would be a shame to see Big Tech play the part of Russia in 2020 and somehow meddle in it.

Meddling is meddling, right?


“Don’t interfere with anything in the Constitution. That must be maintained, for it is the only safeguard of our liberties.” – Abraham Lincoln