Donald Trump Junior Aims To Build Up Companies Protecting Free Speech

 January 17, 2023

Donald Trump's eldest son, Donald Jr, recently told that he's launching a podcast venture later this month with the streaming platform Rumble and said that it is "part of a broader initiative he is undertaking to try to build up what he calls a 'parallel economy' of companies and platforms that do not silence conservatives."

Donald Jr thinks that if liberals aren't going to play in an economy that's fair to conservatives, then we'll simply create our own. He said:

I’ve been a big believer in that. I’ve been a big proponent of that. I’m probably the second real big verified user on Rumble for over two years. We’re just taking that to the next level, because I believe in these companies. A big focus of what I’ve been doing sort of outside of my daily duties is finding those same companies who are starting in front of the parallel economy where conservatives are saying, ‘well, you’re there, you’re canceling my insurance, or you’re canceling my banking or you’re canceling my phones, or whatever it may be, because I’m a conservative. And just because I’m a concerned parent doesn’t make me a domestic terrorist, despite what the FBI has been saying.’ So there’s an entire emerging economy that’s developing around conservatives being set up around the left taking things too far around, woke corporate pushing crap that has nothing to do with the business, with what we’re consuming. People have had enough.

Trump Jr is launching a podcast called Triggered with Don Jr., named after his bestselling book, and he said:

I think I’ve been sort of being a spokesperson for not just the red state economy, but for platforms who are willing to fight for free speech. I think that’s an emerging market as evidenced by the tanking in the share price of Disney and Netflix where Americans and conservatives in particular are finally saying ‘you know what? They’re not cheap anymore, we’re not gonna let them jam their crap down our throats, ad nauseam, and pretend that we’re supposed to be fine with that. We’re not going to be belittled and called racist because we don’t want that.

Clearly, Donald is passionate. But is there a market for what he's selling here? Let us know in the comments below.