The Social Media Summit photo op doesn’t seem to be generating the optics the Trump administration is aiming for to energize all the populist voters who have since deserted him:
Glad that Ben Garrison was dropped from the White House social media summit. Those who traffic in #antiSemitism don’t deserve the privilege of invitations to the @WhiteHouse nor can they credibly take part in any serious process to clean up online #hate. https://t.co/DQQXdy1CBK— Jonathan Greenblatt (@JGreenblattADL) July 10, 2019
Official Statement from Ben Garrison on the White House Social Media Summit pic.twitter.com/4UVbpi0uRK— GrrrGraphics Cartoons (@GrrrGraphics) July 10, 2019
I am laughing. This is the guy who hated on Ann Coulter and made his “two-face” cartoon because she dared to tell the truth on Trump’s record on immigration. Now he has been dismissed as a non-entity by the Trump admin.— Ulfric (@Ulfric74) July 10, 2019
The Trump administration isn’t going to do shit about social media censorship. It wants to look like it is doing something. That’s why it has invited all these people to the White House to stand around and clap for him. The whole point of this is solely to restore Blompf’s lost credibility.
See also Blompf congratulating himself at a press conference in front of his border wall prototypes which were torn down. See also Blompf vowing to eliminate birthright citizenship. See also the millions of illegal aliens who Blompf swore were going to be deported after the 4th of July. See also the big military parade Blompf threw for himself with tanks and jets so that he could create the optics of nationalism while delivering nothing but the substance of mainstream conservatism.