“This Is Something You Only See In Communist Countries.” Lara Trump Accuses Big Tech, Social Media, And The Mainstream Media Of Wanting To Erase Donald Trump.

Lara Trump speaks at a campaign rally for President Donald Trump in Washington Township, Mich., Saturday, April 28, 2018. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

There’s one Trump who’s brand appears to be growing while most everyone else connected with the former President is considered toxic. 

It’s Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law Lara Trump, the wife of Eric Trump, who conducted an interview with her father-in-law that was quickly taken off Facebook this week. 

There’s also legitimate talk about Lara running for Senate in the state of North Carolina, and her political ambitions seem legitimate and realistic. 

Now, about those journalistic ambitions she has.  She came out swinging during her appearance Thursday morning on Fox & Friends. 

She slammed both Facebook and Instagram for scrubbing her posts where she was simply talking about her interview with Donald Trump, saying this is something that usually only happens “in communist countries.”

According to Lara Trump, she believes the big tech companies have an agenda to “erase Donald Trump.”

Her gloves were off as she railed at the level of political correctness and the cancel culture that continues to gain steam.  “It’s so crazy.  Today it is Donald Trump. Tomorrow it could be you. 

“But I think the message is they want to erase Donald Trump. They want you to forget he existed. They don’t want you to see him, they don’t want you to hear from him, look away, move on, shut up and go on about your lives, forget Donald Trump existed. This is really scary stuff.”

She went on to blast the mainstream media and social media for ignoring the story about Hunter Biden and his laptop, as well as what she believes is the systematic attempt to obliterate American culture through cancel culture. 

She also gave the timeline to the minutes leading up to when she planned on posting her interview with Donald Trump Tuesday.  

She said it was due to be uploaded at 9:26 PM, but four minutes prior to that, her team received an email from Facebook saying it would be taken down if it was posted. 

They did post the 18 minute interview, but at 9:51 Facebook removed it. 

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