Disgraced twice impeached private citizen Donald Trump is so desperate to hurl threats and insults on social media that he’s resorting to begging his allies to post them on their own accounts on his behalf.

In the wake of the failed insurrection at the Capitol, Twitter and other social media platforms permanently banned Trump to prevent him from inciting further violence and for violating the rules. There’s no doubt that Trump would continue violating Twitter’s community standards if he were still allowed to post. After all, he thinks the rules don’t apply to him.

Trump has already tried getting around Twitter’s ban by using the POTUS account, which was also quickly shut down. He also tried to use his campaign accounts, but they were also shut down. One of Trump’s supporters even tried to give Trump control of his own account, and that failed as well.

So, Trump is now looking for supporters to post his insults on their accounts as part of his war against Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyoming), who had the balls to vote to impeach Trump when most House Republicans refused to do so.

According to the Daily Beast:

Due to Twitter’s banning of the @realDonaldTrump account following the Capitol riot that Trump instigated, he has not been able to personally trash Cheney via his once widely read tweets. He has written out insults and observations, several of them about Cheney, but with no ability to tweet them himself, he has resorted to suggesting put-downs for others to use or post to their own Twitter, according to a person with direct knowledge of this new habit.

It’s really pathetic that Trump is so desperate to bully people that he is asking others to help him do it. Trump should have no control of the Republican Party, but most Republicans still fear him or have bought into his bullsh*t that they continue to give him power over them. It’s a cult, and social media platforms have a responsibility to shut down anyone who tries to help Trump get around his ban. Because hate and bullying are not forms of free speech. It’s oppressive.

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