why Do we have these telescopes to see these galaxy's and stars and we know about the cosmic web way out of our reach we have the technology to see that why not these planets? Is there a way we could use these telescopes or even the satellites to bounce light off of in order to see these exoplanets that are in the TRAPPIST-1?
Answering just the last sentence, because the rest is already addressed elsewhere:
That exoplanet is right next to a star, so it is illuminated by a lot of light. But that star is 40 lightyears away from us, so only a few photons of its light reach us, and even fewer photons of starlight reflected by its planets reach us.
Any light we could send to that star (in order to better see its planets) is completely negligible compared to the light our sun already sends that way. If you could travel to Trappist-1 and look back at our sun, you'd see a tiny star, which adds a negligible amount of illumination to Trappist-1 and its planets.