Donald Trump called for these major steps to deal with censorship in shocking announcement

Over the past few years, America has been turning into a technocratic state that is borderline authoritarian. 

The Biden regime has been strengthening their grip on power with a very powerful tool – direct censorship. 

Now following revelations by Elon Musk, Donald Trump is calling for major steps to end censorship and stand up for free speech.

Trump makes “MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT” that leaves many scratching their heads

Donald Trump released a statement regarding a “MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT,” adding that America was facing tough times and needed a “new superhero.” 

People were expecting a House Speaker or RNC Chair endorsement. 

They never expected what came next . . .

Trump released his “official Donald Trump Digital Trading Card collection.” 

Now before you run out and try to buy one—he already sold out. 

That’s right Trump sold every one of his 45,000 cards for $99 per card. 

A massive accomplishment garnering nearly $4.5 million in sales.

But immediately after his “MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT” he did another unthinkable thing.

Trump declares war on censorship and says without free speech “we just don’t have a free country”

While everyone was criticizing his choice to sell these goofy cards, which he’s laughing all the way to the bank with, he declared war on censorship.

“If we don’t have free speech, then we just don’t have a free country, it’s as simple as that,” Trump began in his 6-minute address on Truth Social.  

Then he said he was ready to lay out his “plan to shatter the left-wing censorship regime.”

The former President began to discuss “bombshell reports” that came out of Twitter in recent weeks.

Trump says that these reports, “have confirmed that a sinister group of deep state bureaucrats, Silicon Valley tyrants, left wing activists, and a depraved corporate news media have been conspiring to manipulate in silence the American people.”

He says, “the censorship cartel must be dismantled and destroyed.”

Trump says he would immediately order investigation of “all parties involved”

Trump’s first step would be an executive order banning “any federal department or agency from colluding with any organization, business, or person to censor, limi,t categorize, or impede the lawful speech of American citizens.”

His second step is to “order the Department of Justice to investigate all parties involved in the new online censorship regime which is absolutely destructive and terrible and to aggressively prosecute any and all crimes identified.“

He listed a variety of laws that he sees having been violated – federal civil rights law, campaign finance laws, federal election law, and antitrust laws to list a few. 

Trump says he would revise landmark Section 230 that grants companies immunity

Thirdly, Trump says that he would “ask Congress to send a bill [his] desk to revise Section 230 to get big online platforms out of censorship business.”

He said the only way companies should enjoy this immunity protection is by meeting “standards of neutrality, transparency, fairness, and nondiscrimination.”

Fourth, Trump said he intends to “break up the entire toxic censorship industry” that has largely been built on nonprofits and universities. 

He says the US should “immediately stop funding all nonprofits that support this authoritarian project” of labeling things as mis and disinformation. 

His suggestion would be that “universities should lose federal research dollars and federal student loan support” if they’re found to participate in censorship.

Trump calls for “Digital Bill of Rights” and the right to “receive an unmanipulated stream of information”

Fifth, Trump called for a “Digital Bill of Rights” that should include a “right to digital due process.” 

He says that there should be no back door process for government agencies to remove information from people’s accounts. 

He said “all users over the age of 18 should have the right to opt of content moderation and receive an unmanipulated stream of information, if they so choose.”

Trump finished by saying the fight for free speech is a “matter of victory or death and for the survival of western civilization itself” and promised to “rip out” the system of censorship and save the nation.

All Americans would be happy to hear what he said – if only he would’ve done the trading cards second and not the other way around, distracting from his more important announcement.

US Political Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.