Explosive Announcement by New York Post After Social Media Ban


The New York Post made headlines just days ago when it was discovered that information they reported about Hunter Biden, son of Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden, was being banned on social media. Much of the information couldn’t be posted or wasn’t distributed, but the results were the same: big tech didn’t want Americans to hear anything bad about Joe Biden.

The Post, which has an excellent reputation on its reporting and sister companies with equally excellent footing found themselves face to face with the inequality of the left and made the decision to come out in support of President Donald Trump.

Their announcement of this move came just days before the general election, and their Editorial Board made a compelling argument in support of the decision:

“We can return to the explosive job creation, rising wages and general prosperity we had before the pandemic. We can have economic freedom and opportunity, and resist cancel culture and censorship,” the Post’s editorial board wrote. “We can put annus horribilis, 2020, behind us and make America great again, again. We can do all this — if we make the right choice on Nov. 3.

“The New York Post endorses President Donald J. Trump for re-election.”

To their first point, the Post cited a pre-coronavirus unemployment rate that was 3.5 percent and African American unemployment was at 6.8 percent, the lowest figure since 1972. They cited the reasons that the president was able to drive up salaries, at the same time as making jobs more plentiful and narrow the wealth gap, which is due, in large part to his trust of the free market system and lower taxes.

“A Joe Biden administration would be beholden to a socialist left that sees an opportunity to remake the nation in its vision, one more dependent on government debt. Consider Biden’s dance on fracking — against it for his party, in favor of it in general because he knows what a positive force it’s been for Pennsylvania,” the Post said. “Which position would he have in office?”

“I would transition from the oil industry, yes,” Biden said just days ago, something that has put the entire industry in fear for its life, but more than that, the president has made it clear that he won’t be pushed around by other countries who consider the United States to be ripe for the taking, whether through unfettered access to aggressive entitlements or through ripping away manufacturing of jobs and other industrial endeavors.

“The US has lost 3.7 million jobs to China since 2001, according to the Economic Policy Institute,” the Post noted, “And this undermining of our workers with cheap foreign labor did nothing to encourage openness and democracy in Beijing.

“China’s authoritarianism has only grown worse with concentration camps for Uighurs, crackdowns in Hong Kong and the shuttering of independent churches. The nation remains a manipulative planned economy that devalues its currency and exploits its trade deficit.”

In addition to their concern about churches ability to meet freely and the inequality of nations (no one is clamoring to get into) that many on the left hold up as beacons role models for the United States, the Post noted that the president was saving us from a type of slow-growing take over, both economically and physically, through immigration laws.

Before the end of their article in support of Trump, the article went further into the details of the president’s pride in America and nomination of judges that have a reputation of consulting the founding documents, versus using their position for activism before ending their support letter with the declaration that “Biden is a figurehead candidate for the Democratic Party” and that the left was looking, essentially, for a beard for a far-left candidate like Kamala Harris who would likely soon run the country.

“President Trump will not be looking to remake the country. He will trust that America will, given support but not interference, bounce back. He will, in short, not get in the way. Re-electing him is the best choice for the United States.

“Plus, it’ll really tick off Hollywood.”