No, Trump Did Not Say He Wanted to Terminate the Constitution.

The corporate press is taking a partial quote and built a bogus narrative around it…again. If you will fall for this, you will fall for anything.


We went to Trump’s Truth Social page and looked for ourselves and this first thing we noticed is that the corporate press ignored President Trump’s follow up comment:

After seeing that the corporate press ignored Trump’s follow up comment completely. We examined his original comment to see it in the original context:

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“A Massive Fraud of this type and magnitude allows for the termination of all rules, regulations, and articles, even those found in the Constitution. Our great “Founders” did not want, and would not condone, False & Fraudulent Elections!”

If the Founders are great why would the Constitution need to get subverted? It makes no sense…until you read the statement again without the bogus false narrative.

Trump is simply saying that the fraud terminated the Constitution. He is correct.

Several states certainly violated the electors clause in the Constitution and that is not in honest dispute. The Supreme Court is taking up that case shortly – see Moore v. Harper.

The 1st Amendment was violated with big tech colluding with the FBI, DNC and the Biden campaign to censor people and the NY Post.

The 4th Amendment was violated with all the illegal domestic spying.

The 6th Amendment was violated when they lied to the FISA court and tried to manufacture the phony Russian collusion evidence and then bad judges tossed the lawsuits when Trump tried to stand up for his rights.

The lesson learned here is to never let a royally dishonest corporate press get you wound up in another one of their phony narratives.

The corporate press hates you and they certainly hate the Constitution. Be skeptical when all of the sudden they claim to be the guardian of Constitution for thirty seconds to spin their zinger before they go right back to undermining it.