Former President Donald Trump has been a vocal figure on social media, often using the platform to express his views on various issues, including his ongoing legal challenges. Recently, Trump took to the digital sphere to voice his concerns about what he perceives as an infringement on his First Amendment rights.

According to a report from OK Magazine, Trump's outburst came in response to Special Counsel Jack Smith's documents supporting a gag order against the former president. This order would restrict Trump's legal ability to discuss his efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 election. In a post dated October 15, Trump wrote, "Tomorrow is a big day for Democracy," expressing his discontent with what he views as a partisan move to silence him. He further alleged that the objective behind this move was to "cheat and interfere in the 2024 Presidential Election."

Trump's post also contained criticisms directed at Joe Biden, whom he labeled as "Crooked Joe Biden," and accused his administration of weaponizing the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the FBI. He described the situation as reminiscent of a "Banana Republic."

The former president's concerns about his freedom of speech come at a time when he is under scrutiny for his actions and statements related to the 2020 election. On October 16, a day after his social media post, a gag order was issued against Trump, limiting his discussions about the 2020 election. Judge Tanya Chutkan, who presided over the case, emphasized that the decision was not based on personal feelings towards Trump's language but was a measure to ensure the proper administration of justice. She stated, "His presidential candidacy does not give him carte blanche to vilify public servants who are simply doing their jobs."

The move for a gag order was initiated weeks before by Smith's team. They presented several of Trump's recent social media posts and interview comments as evidence to support the need for the mandate. Among the cited materials was a post where Trump sarcastically commented on the fairness of the court and another where he labeled a Special Counsel’s Office prosecutor as "corrupt."

Furthermore, the documents highlighted Trump's claims about former Vice President Mike Pence, a witness in the case. Trump accused Pence of fabricating stories about him and of aligning with the "dark side."

The ongoing legal battle and the recent gag order have once again thrust Trump into the spotlight, raising questions about freedom of speech, the role of social media in modern politics, and the boundaries of presidential conduct.