President Trump Shares Tweet He Released on Jan 6 that Twitter Took Down in 5 Minutes

President Trump reminded the world today about the tweet he shared on Jan 6 that Twitter took down five minutes after it was shared.  In it, the President asked his followers to go home peacefully.

President Trump tweeted a message on Jan 6 after it was reported that there was some violence at the Capitol that day.  Before he even knew who was behind the riot, the President encouraged his followers to go home.

Most all the tweets that we shared after the election have been taken down by Twitter since they were posted.  Many users accounts like President Trump’s and TGP’s Twitter were taken down after the election.  The radical far-left management team would not allow Americans to share that the election was stolen.

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Joe Hoft is a Radio Host at, Author, Former International Corporate Executive in Hong Kong for a Decade, and a Contributor at TGP since 2016. Joe is the author of five books, including his new bestseller, "The Steal: Volume II - The Impossible Occurs" which addresses the stolen 2020 Election and provides an inventory of issues that prove that the 2020 Election was uncertifiable and never should have been certified for Joe Biden.

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