If they censor, it’s likely truthful. Most big media are not.
Being censored by Big Tech has become a badge of courage and an indicator for truth for millions across the globe.
YouTube’s recent censorship of Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) and Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) is blatantly unfair and dangerous, but the Big Tech giants have unwittingly provided a guide of who we should go to for truth–sources like Rand and Blackburn!
More and most of America know we cannot rely on the spin and dishonesty from mainstream and social medias. It was obvious during the Donald J. Trump administration as their deceit grew and peaked during and after the November 2020 election.
Twitter and Facebook went into overdrive when they censored and suppressed a story from the New York Post that exposed the corrupt dealings of Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden in Ukraine. Not only did Twitter ban users from posting the link to the story, but it also locked the Post’s account for 17 days.
Post-election poll from MRC revealed that 36 percent of Biden voters were not even aware of the story, and 4.6 percent would not have voted for him if they had known about the scandal, which could have swung the outcome of the election.
President Trump was again banned from at least 12 platforms after he called for “peace” following the Jan. 6 incident at the U.S. Capitol. He was kicked off YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Twitch, Stripe, Snapchat, Reddit, TikTok and even Shopify.
Big Tech’s Apple and Google both removed Parler from their app stores. Amazon took the platform off its web hosting services in a move that temporarily shut down Parler’s website. Google also removed Gab, the pro-free speech platform.
Thousands more examples of Big Tech censorship exist. Here are a few:
🔹YouTube demonetized One America News in October 2020 and suspended the channel for one week. Patriots then flocked to OAN.
🔹Instagram refused to allow Sen. Blackburn to purchase ads for her children’s book about Tennessee’s ratification of the 19th Amendment. Many soon abandoned their Instagram account.
🔹Amazon’s charity program, AmazonSmile, allows organizations like Planned Parenthood and The Satanic Temple to receive donations from the company. Conservative organizations like the Family Research Council and Alliance Defending Freedom cannot. Their membership grew.
When the Biden-Harris Administration began flagging all Chinese Virus content on Facebook as “disinformation, ” Rep. Blackburn penned a letter to the White House.
“These revelations are deeply concerning,” Blackburn wrote in her letter to Biden. “The blatant actions by your administration to work with big tech companies to censor Americans’ free speech are shocking – and arguably a violation of the First Amendment.”
“Communist countries such as Cuba are currently taking away their citizens’ right to use the internet to communicate; the U.S. government should be standing up to, not looking to mirror, authoritarian regimes such as these.”
Blackburn also pointed out that Biden’s acts of aggression against the First Amendment are illegal, especially since he is working in concert with private corporations to wage this war on free speech.
“What is the legal basis for your Administration’s decision to direct social media platforms to flag and remove posts from their sites?” she further asked. “Does the White House have staff dedicated to searching social media for content to flag for removal?”
Rand Fights For Freedoms
Last week, YouTube banned a video of Sen. Rand being interviewed by Newsmax and discussing the science behind cloth masks. This week they removed another video in which he defended his comments on masks and blasted YouTube for their censorship.
“Saying cloth masks work, when they don’t, actually risks lives, as someone may choose to care for a loved one with COVID while only wearing a cloth mask. This is not only bad advice but also potentially deadly misinformation,” Paul said in the video.
“They are now banning all my speech, including speech that is given on the Senate floor, which is protected constitutional,” the Kentucky Republican senator tol Tuesday. “YouTube now thinks they are smart enough and godly enough that they can oversee speech, even constitutionally protected speech.”