President Donald Trump woke up in a foul mood Saturday morning, and he immediately began threatening four internet and social media giants, claiming that his administration was “working to remedy” what he referred to as an “illegal situation.”

Trump’s tweet linked to a speech given recently by right-wing blogger Michelle Malkin:

It was unclear if the president was alluding to a report on Friday that the federal government will begin antitrust action against Google’s parent company. Such a move, according to Politico, could come as soon as this summer:

“The Justice Department and a coalition of state attorneys general are taking steps toward bringing antitrust suits against Google as soon as this summer, three people familiar with the cases said Fridaydescribing the litigation as likely.

“The suits would make the search and advertising giant the first huge tech company to face concrete action from more than a year of probes, which have also swept up Facebook, Amazon and Apple as possible targets.”

Conservatives have repeatedly claimed that internet companies and social media platforms discriminate against those on the right side of the political spectrum, but have failed to provide any concrete evidence of discrimination against them.

Twitter users quickly responded to Trump’s threats:

Here’s a thought: If Trump and his followers hate Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google, and other internet companies, they should refuse to use them and start their own social media platforms. Otherwise they should sit down and shut the hell up.

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