President Donald Trump took to Twitter Saturday morning to retweet a number of well known far-right extremists, some of whom were recently banned from Facebook. Among them, InfoWars’ London editor Paul Joseph Watson who was banned from the social media platform on Friday along with the program host Alex Jones. Trump retweeted Watson’s Friday tweet, in which he linked to a YouTube video rant and wrote, “‘Dangerous’. My opinions? Or giving a handful of giant partisan corporations the power to decide who has free speech? You decide.” On Friday, Trump had warned against censorship of American citizens. “I am continuing to monitor the censorship of AMERICAN CITIZENS on social media platforms,” he tweeted. “This is the United States of America—and we have what’s known as FREEDOM OF SPEECH!” Trump wrote in a tweet. “We are monitoring and watching, closely!!”” Watson, who is a British citizen, retweeted the president’s tweet. The president’s love didn’t stop with Watson. Trump retweeted an incendiary missive by Mindy Robinson, host of ‘Red, White, and F You: Unapologetically Patriotic’ in which she wrote of her disappointment that actor activist James Woods, was among those banned from Twitter. “So James Woods was kicked off Twitter for quoting… Read full this story
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