After Trump secured the primary, I remember a bunch of my Facebook friends and family expressed grave concerns over Trump winning the general election.
They felt as if the Clinton machine was too big and powerful to defeat.
I had just finished a year of online battling in the Trump Army, and Truthfeed.com was just getting started.so I knew what we were capable of and how we operated like one fine-oiled machine of mass destruction.
I was confident because I knew what we were capable of online and how we operated like one fine-oiled machine of mass destruction, crushing our enemies into dust.
I told my Facebook friends and family to relax- that the online battle was epic and we’d win – we’d win it all – and I was right.
The power of the Trump Army online is mind-boggling – and we all played a KEY ROLE in saving this country by spreading TRUTH about globalism and the establishment hacks who were ruining our country.
Obama and other leaders, like Merkel, recognize (blame) us for what we accomplished.
According to them, we are the reason globalism has failed.
President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel are blaming the internet for disrupting the forces of globalism, suggesting that technology is making it more difficult to unite people behind a common purpose.
“Because of the internet and communications, the clash of cultures is much more direct,” Obama said during a press conference on his trip to Berlin. “People feel, I think, less certain about their identity. Less certain about economic security.”
Obama predicted that the rise of technology needed to be managed to give world citizens more control, beyond the simplistic answers found online.
His German counterpart agreed.
“Digitization is a disruptive force, a disruptive technological force that brings about deep-seated change, transformation of a society,” Merkel added.
She compared the internet to the invention of the printing press, citing the consequences it had on industrialized countries.
“It took a while until societies learned how to find the right kind of policies to contain this and to manage and steer this,” she said.
Obama blamed social media for creating a climate where facts didn’t matter, asserting that facts were the basis of democracy. Social media, he explained, allowed people to get their information “in sound bites” off their phones.
“Part of ways changed in politics is social media and how people are receiving information,” he said, “It’s easier to make negative attacks and simplistic slogans than it is to communicate complex policies.”
He warned that “active misinformation” packaged for Facebook was a problem when it’s creators tried to equate an “overzealousness” of a United States government official with a foreign dictator.
“If we can’t discriminate between serious arguments and propaganda, then we have problems,” he warned.