President Trump just went on air for the first time since the 2020 election – and he didn’t hold back. He spoke straight to the viewers of host Maria Bartiromo’s Fox show:
“We don’t have freedom of the press in this country,” Trump said. “We have suppression by the press. They suppress. You know, you can’t have a scandal if nobody reports about it.”
Trump complimented Bartiromo’s decision to interview him, saying:
“This election was rigged. This election was a total fraud and it continues to be as they hide. And the problem we have, we go to judges and people don’t want to get involved. The media doesn’t even want to cover it. I mean, you’re doing something,” Trump said. “You’re actually very brave because you’re doing something. 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.”
Fox goes on to report:
The president criticized Big Tech giants like Twitter and Facebook for suppressing a story published by the New York Post weeks before Nov. 3 that included potentially damning emails allegedly found on Hunter Biden’s laptop. The emails allegedly revealed Joe Biden had been introduced by his son to a top executive at Burisma Holdings less than a year after the vice president stepped in to have a Ukrainian prosecutor fired for looking into the natural gas firm.
“You can’t have a scandal if nobody reports about it.” Truer words were never spoken.
We seem to be entering an Orwellian world of “newspeak,” where the media will refuse to report on anything that hurts Democrats, whether it’s true or not. It happened most blatantly with the Hunter Biden story, but it’s happening again right underneath our noses.