Trump Promises to Ban Gov’t From Impeding On Freedom Of Speech If Elected (Watch)

Trump promises if re-elected he will push legislation banning the federal government from censoring the “lawful speech of American citizens.”

Former President Donald Trump has promised that if he is re-elected, one of his first pieces of legislation will be to ban the federal government from censoring the “lawful speech of American citizens.”

In a video shared with the New York Post, Trump said that within hours of his inauguration, he would sign an executive order banning any federal department or agency from colluding with any organization, business, or person, to censor, limit, categorize, or impede the lawful speech of American citizens.

Trump also claimed that the “Twitter Files” have shown that a “sinister group of Deep State bureaucrats, Silicon Valley tyrants, left-wing activists, and depraved corporate news media have been conspiring to manipulate and silence the American People.” In response, he promised to ban the federal government from funding organizations that support cracking down on “misinformation” and “disinformation.”

Additionally, Trump proposed a “seven-year cooling off period” for “any employee of the FBI, CIA, NSA, DNI, DHS, or DOD” before they take a job at a company handling “vast quantities of U.S. user data,” and urged House Republicans to send preservation letters to the Biden administration, the Biden campaign, and Big Tech companies to forbid destructing evidence of censorship.

“I will begin the process of identifying and firing every federal bureaucrat who has engaged in domestic censorship — directly or indirectly — whether they are the Democrats, Republicans, the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Health and Human Services, the FBI, the DOJ, no matter who they are,” Trump said.