Hungarian President Viktor Orbán Joins Twitter and Asks ‘Where is My Good Friend, Donald Trump?’
Hungarian President Viktor Orbán, who has kept his country strong by repelling the forces of globalism, recently got a Twitter account but was dismayed not to find the U.S. President Donald Trump on there.
Trump was banned from Twitter and had his rights revoked after the Jan. 6 fedsurrection on the U.S. Capitol. Orbán was bummed by this blatant suppression of Trump’s freedom of speech.
“After my first day on Twitter, there’s one question on my mind. Where is my good friend, [President Donald Trump]?” Orbán queried in the tweet.
The post can be seen here:
Orbán is continuing to champion Trump even as most national leaders are happy to cancel him. The Hungarian president believes that Trump is desperately needed to promote peace in Ukraine.
“The cease-fire does not have to be between Russia and Ukraine but between Russia and the USA,” Orbán told Cicero Magazine.
“I belong to the peace camp, so I am for an immediate cease-fire, no matter what the Ukrainians think of it,” he continued. “That distinguishes me from those who want to derive decisions from Ukrainian interests.”
“That’s why Joe Biden went too far with his comments about Putin,” Orbán added. “The hope for peace is Donald Trump.”
Trump has made comments calling for Ukraine and Russia to begin peace talks and stop the senseless fighting that is quickly morphing into World War 3 as the U.S. and other globalist powers funnel billions of weapons into the region.
“We must demand the immediate negotiation of the peaceful end to the war in Ukraine, or we will end up in World War III and there will be nothing left of our planet all because stupid people didn’t have a clue,” Trump said. “They really don’t understand … what they’re dealing with. The power of nuclear. They have no idea what they’re doing.”
The miniature cocaine-fueled puppet Volodymyr Zelensky is calling for NATO to attack Russia and do his dirty work for him because as an actor paid off to play the role of Ukrainian president, he is incapable of showing real leadership ability and to defend his own people.
“Preemptive strikes are needed so that they know what awaits them if they use nuclear weapons. Not the other way around, waiting for Russia’s nuclear strikes and then saying, ‘oh, you’ve done that, then get this,’” he said while appearing on video link to the Lowry Institute in Australia.