Lawyers representing Facebook and Twitter are being grilled today by congress in regards to posts about Donald Trump that were supposedly helping him win the election.

Turns out Russian posts were UNFAVORABLE regarding Trump—and here’s the kicker—they were posted to stop Trump from gaining popularity.

Politico just reported this: Top lawyers from Facebook and Twitter said Tuesday that Russian-linked posts and advertisements placed on the social networks after Election Day sought to sow doubt about President Donald Trump’s victory. (Politico, Facebook, Twitter: Russian actors sought to undermine Trump after election. (By Nancy Scola & Ashley Gold 10/31/2017.)

I waited to post this article because I wanted to hear the result of this meeting. As it turns out, this is just another anti-Trump rumor—that turned out to be a blatant lie. You will not hear about this on mainstream media because it does not dovetail with their anti-Trump narrative.

In fact, now with Mueller’s indictments made public—there’s clearly no collusion proven between Trump and Russia there either. No doubt Manafort had some shady financial dealings, however they had nothing to do with Donald J. Trump.

All of the screaming, yelling, and crying by the leftist crowd in America has been for naught. And, this is an even bigger letdown for them. I suppose I should feel sorry for them—but I don’t. I am angry.

I’m angry with the media. They’re fanning the flames of fake news.

I’m angry with anti-Trumpers in this country who cannot get behind President Trump as he tries to protect America from many hostile entities trying to destroy it.

I’m angry there’s a district court in the United States that is so anti-American, they’re thwarting President Trump as he tries to stop dangerous immigrants entering our country. It’s his Constitutional duty to do so as President. He took an oath.

I’m angry with a congress who’s not backing President Trump. In fact, Congressmen and Congresswomen took that same oath:

“to protect (us) free people from foreign enemies and invaders.”

This brings me to the latest log jam for President Trump—the “Diversity Lottery”—which is a lottery America is losing.

Bringing in 45,000 unvetted immigrants to make a more “diverse America” is a sham—but worse than that— it is dangerous. The terrorist who attacked innocent people in Manhattan within the last 24 hours has proven that.

President Trump has tried to remove this Diversity Lottery, but is being stymied at every turn—by congress—by the State Department full of Obama’s liberals—by the courts. But, meanwhile—it’s the American people who suffer. It’s the innocent who suffer.

America is the most diverse country on the planet. We certainly do not need a Diversity Lottery. But what we DO need is a congress who will help this President keep our country safe. What we DO need is fair and honest journalism. What we DO need is respect for the office of President of the United States.

My anger is a tremendous motivator. I will not remain silent. I am energized by anger—and will use it positively to write and explain and talk to those willing to listen. I will use my anger to delve into the FACTS and present them plainly and simply.

And, lastly let me say this: President Trump did not win the election because of Russia. He won because of pissed off patriots like me who love everything he stands for.

Independent author, Ava Armstrong, writes thrillers and romance – yes, she dares to combine the two; such a renegade! After more than a decade in corporate America with a four-billion dollar company, Armstrong decided to focus on her true love: writing literature that could be read by the average human being. Ava describes herself as a Constitutional Conservative, and sleeps with a loaded Smith and Wesson revolver. She has one child, whom she loves, and her collection of firearms, which she loves slightly less, and a special affinity for Glocks and tactical shotguns. Her favorite things are the smell of molten metal at the shooting range, motor oil that drips from vintage 1940's Indian motorcycles, and the scent of sandalwood soap. You'd have to read her novels to understand that more deeply. Who are the heroes in Ava's novels? Everyday men and women who do extraordinary things. Veterans, policemen, farmers, hard-working middle-class folks, all striving and struggling to make the world a better place. From homeless vets to women living quiet lives of desperation, Armstrong transports readers to a small town, writing complex characters and stories that often stir strong emotion.