Following the attack, Trump continued to tweet false claims about the November presidential election and told the rioters who attacked the Capitol building to “go home,” while also calling them “special people.” Twitter implemented a 12-hour ban late Wednesday, and on Thursday, Facebook expanded what was originally a 24-hour ban into a two-week suspension that could become permanent. Both TrumpStore.com and the Trump campaign’s Shop.DonaldJTrump.com, which sold Make America Great Again hats and other merchandise, were both offline Thursday morning.
Actions by the president “violate our Acceptable Use Policy, which prohibits promotion or support of organizations, platforms or people that threaten or condone violence. Following the attack, Trump continued to tweet false claims about the November presidential election and told the rioters who attacked the Capitol building to “go home,” while also calling them “special people.” Twitter implemented a 12-hour ban late Wednesday, and on Thursday, Facebook expanded what was originally a 24-hour ban into a two-week suspension that could become permanent.
“What will happen next is obvious,” wrote Ben Domenico in the Transom : “A total crushing anti-Free Speech effort that treats Trump -supporting groups like Branch Dravidian.” Indeed. Not being familiar with either Shopify or the TrumpS tore and wanting to see what kinds of things it sold, I clicked on the link in Bloomberg’s tweet, only to get the notice that “This shop is unavailable.” Apparently the TrumpS tore website is run through Shopify, which describes itself as “the all-in-one commerce platform to start, run, and grow a business,” unless, apparently, one’s political views are undesirable.
They are now essentially being deprived of a livelihood, at least temporarily, because the political and media establishment would have us believe that anything associated with Donald Trump is irremediably tainted. In any case, Klein is just the latest prominent Leftist to call for the reeducation of Trump supporters, and it is worth noting that neither Joe Biden nor Kamala Harris, nor any other Democrat leader, has dismissed, much less condemned, this idea.
The Left seems to be bent on criminalizing and thereby marginalizing all opposition to its agenda, and that will require pretending that every Trump supporter is the maniac redneck with a gun of Leftist fiction, just itching’ to get inside that their Capitol building and bag some Democrat varmints and then, power secured, go out and oppress blacks and women. It’s a lurid and ridiculous fantasy, of course, but Democrat leaders are today in no mood to treat opposition to high taxes and support for secure borders and protection of the First and Second Amendments as if they were any more reasonable.
Now, with their Reichstag Fire of Trump supporters in Capitol building yesterday, the Left is moving quickly to expand the heretics list by about 75 million people. View new products and support.
View new products and support. A Latham, New York store selling Trump -branded merchandise, including apparel and gifts, was broken into early in the morning on Monday sometime between 3:30 a.m. and 4 a.m. by unidentified thieves, Newsweek reports.
The Colonies Police Department responded to a call about a break-in at the store, which is located at 860 New London Road, and found that someone, possibly multiple people, had forced the back door open and stolen cash from the register. The thief or thieves also damaged lights and other objects.
The store is a part of a chain called New England for Trump, which has more than a dozen locations, and notes on its website that it “is not affiliated with, authorized by, or sponsored by Donald J. Trump for President, Inc., which is the principal campaign committee of President Donald J. Trump,” and “the products sold at the NEFT Stores are not licensed, endorsed, or otherwise authorized or approved by President Trump, his Campaign, or by any of its affiliates.” A Latham, New York store selling Trump -branded merchandise, including apparel and gifts, was broken into early in the morning on Monday...
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Amazon is offering hundreds of Trump -affiliated merchandise for sale as other tech firms suspend the president's accounts after Wednesday's US Capitol siege. Rioters dressed in “Make America Great Again” hats and waving Trump 2020” flags violently broke into the US Capitol building.
E-commerce competitor Shopify removed accounts affiliated with Trump, including his official campaign store, on Thursday. Amazon is offering hundreds of President Donald Trump -affiliated items to purchase as other tech platforms suspended his accounts following the violent US Capitol siege.
Rioters dressed in “Make America Great Again” hats and waving Trump 2020” flags violently broke into the US Capitol Wednesday afternoon. The company kept up items related to the QAnon conspiracy theory, which baseless claims the existence of a “deep state” cabal of human traffickers.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg suspended Trump's account indefinitely and said “the risks of allowing the President to continue to use our service during this period are simply too great.” YouTube removed a video Trump posted amid the attack calling the rioters very special and spreading false claims about the US election results.
JANELLE: A NEW STORE SUPPORTING PRESIDENT TRUMP OPENED THE NEAR PHILADELPHIA TODAY. THE OWNER OF THE Trumpeter IN BENSALEM STARTED SELLING T-SHIRTS AND OTHER MEMORABILIA WITH THE PRESIDENT’S PICTURE ON IT OUT OF HIS HOME.
A store that sells all things President Donald Trump has opened in Bucks County. T-shirts, mugs, hats, keychains, pens and magnets are among the items in the store in Bensalem that feature the name and likeness of the president. Owner Michael Domenico owns a construction and T-shirt company and said he started taking custom orders for Trump merchandise a few years ago, selling from his office. He then moved to a kiosk in a mall but was required to also sell items supporting Democrats. Just like a rock band that sells all kinds of merchandise -- everybody wants it -- it's the same thing,” Domenico said. Domanico, who operates the store with his wife, already plans to open a second location.
Owner Michael Domenico owns a construction and T-shirt company and said he started taking custom orders for Trump merchandise a few years ago, selling from his office. Just like a rock band that sells all kinds of merchandise -- everybody wants it -- it's the same thing,” Domenico said.
On a recent weekday afternoon, it did steady business over about three hours, with two to three customers continually streaming in and out. The town is on a political fault line, tilting slightly Democratic in recent presidential elections, though Trump improved the GOP's fortunes in 2016 over Republicans' 2012 performance.
In fact, Trump is slated to hold a town hall in Scranton on Thursday evening, about two hours from Bensalem. Mike Domenico, the shop's owner, is a former general contractor who got into the T-shirt business in 2017, when he noticed that the 10 or so Trump shirts he offered for sale at car shows sold out fast.
Domenico, 60, himself a Trump backer who said he's been following him since the 1980s, opened a kiosk in a nearby mall before expanding to the store early this year. The current crop of Democratic candidates offer merchandise for sale on their websites.
In 2008, a poster depicting Barack Obama and the word “HOPE” came to symbolize his presidential campaign and was highly circulated. But Chris Brick, a political science professor and the director of Gutenberg College's Institute of Public Opinion, notes something different about the demand for Trump gear.
Jim Smith, 56, is a tractor-trailer driver who recently moved to Hazleton, Pennsylvania, though he was a lifelong Bensalem resident before that. Dave Russell, 75, and Ron Soto, 82, both of Levittown, Pennsylvania, stopped by the store to buy a couple of shirts.
The shop sits in a strip mall, about 20 miles from downtown Philadelphia, along a busy road between a Guatemalan bakery and a travel agency. The county's voting record in 2012 and 2016 reflects Bensalem's; but despite swinging for the Democrat in the presidential, Bucks voters went with the GOP for the U.S. House in 2012 and 2016.