As I’m sure you’re well aware by now, disgraced ex-president Donald Trump doesn’t really have a platform left to his name. After months and months of spreading disinformation relating to the pandemic, then the election, that crescendoed with the infamous, violent January 6th Capitol riot, every reputable social media platform from Facebook to Twitter kicked him off without apologies and are showing absolutely no signs of allowing him back on any time soon.
So, Donnie has been forced to try various other methods he can dream up to get his angry word out to the American people. First, it started with his ridiculous “official statements.” Then, he kicked it up a notch with the equivalent of a personal blog where people would have the ability to directly tweet out his monologues but couldn’t actually interact with the former president in any way — only for it to be a complete bust with next to no viewers and ended up shut down in a short, pathetic month.
And so now it seems that he’s been thoroughly reduced to writing op-eds to remain relevant.
The twice-impeached former “leader” of the free world recently penned an op-ed chock full of his ridiculous and uneducated thoughts on so-called “critical race theory,” in which he criticized and announced the topic as “depraved.”
Donnie kicked off his op-ed rant with a bitter whine about President Biden abolishing the “1776 Commission” that the Trump administration hastily slapped together during his reign of terror.
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“As a candidate, Joe Biden’s number one promise was to ‘unite’ America,” Trump penned in his op-ed piece that was published by Real Clear Politics. “Yet in his first months as president, his number one priority has been to divide our country by race and gender at every turn.”
“There is no clearer example than the Biden administration’s new effort aimed at indoctrinating America’s schoolchildren with some of the most toxic and anti-American theories ever conceived,” the double-impeached, disgraced ex-president wrote.
As you’d expect, the op-ed went over like a ton of bricks, quickly facing a boatload of backlash, with many critics wondering if the former president even wrote it himself, while others feel like the verbiage has Donald Trump’s name written all over it:
Totally capable of this. pic.twitter.com/ErGwWTjoc4
— Corey Doiron (@CoreyDoiron) June 18, 2021
Oh good. Everyone was waiting for an entitled sixth graders take on the subject. We’re saved.
— Tony TestaDura (@tonytestadura) June 18, 2021
Who wrote it for him?
— “International Strategery” (Ret.) (@IntlMergers) June 18, 2021
“but regrettably, many have graduated from extremely biased education schools”
Yeah, that’s definitely him
— Noble Prize in Sarcasm (@rewegreatyet) June 18, 2021
The only worthwhile question thar arises from this is if Stephen Miller wrote it or if Martin Dugard is now giving him and O’Reilly a group discount.
— Aaron Klueber (@AKlueber) June 18, 2021
Stephen Miller rides again
— Ethel Roberts (@EthelRo39311274) June 18, 2021
Clearly not written by Donald Trump, as it uses complete sentences and words with more than two syllables. https://t.co/qcQhr4oVuk
— 🦕Greg A🦖 (@RhymesWithRight) June 18, 2021
Whether Trump actually penned the piece himself or not, it’s crystal clear that his desperation to remain heard is reaching a fever pitch of epic proportions here.