Since banning President Trump from their platforms, Twitter and Facebook have lost more than $51 billion in stocks.

Investors are retreating from the tech giants for silencing of Trump, an action the CEOs claim they took based on risks of violence.

But, while Big Tech and mainstream media have tried, convicted and sentenced the president — alleging he incited violence at the Capitol — neither Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, Jack Dorsey of Twitter nor anybody in media has cited a single example of Trump calling for such action.

In fact, as Congress gathered on Jan. 6, Trump held a rally in which he said just the opposite: “I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard.”

And after some bad actors went too far that day, Trump released another video insisting on nonviolence. “We can’t play into the hands of these people; we have to have peace.”