President Donald Trump attacked social media platforms for banning and censoring conservative users in an exclusive interview with Reuters.
“I won’t mention names but when they take certain people off of Twitter or Facebook and they’re making that decision, that is really a dangerous thing because that could be you tomorrow,” the president said.
“I think it’s a very dangerous thing when they are their own regulator in terms of who’s going to be on Facebook and who’s going to be on Twitter. I think that whether it’s conservative or liberal, I think that it’s very dangerous.”
One thing that’s clear is conservatives, and not liberals, are the target of wholesale banning from the top social media platform companies.
Silicon Valley is a one-party town, and that party’s ideology is left of Lenin. They are working on behalf of Democrats to silence the opposition’s voice leading up to the 2018 midterm elections. It’s as clear as day that this is what’s going on.
Though history dictates it, Democrats know that there is in all likelihood not going to be a Blue Wave in November, so they have strategies to win the midterms that are based on slimy tactics rather than policy ideas, which as indicated in polls, are being rejected by a majority of Americans. Expect things like phony ethics charges to be filed against Republicans just in time for the Midterms, and even though the GOP candidates will eventually be vindicated, the damage will have already have been done, as the vindication never comes before the election. That, along with the usual ballot box cheating, and the silencing of conservative voices on social media, the Democrats have a chance this November.
The president’s comments on social media followed two weeks of rapid-fire censorship of conservatives and dissident media voices on social media. CRTV host Gavin McInnes was kicked off Twitter last week, as the company conducted a mass purge of conservative accounts both high-profile and small. On Facebook, Prager University was hit with a sudden, 99.99 percent drop in reach that the company later claimed was an error. Meanwhile, online funding platform Patreon, facing pressure from Mastercard, suspended its services to Islam critic Robert Spencer.
The wave of censorship caused the president to criticize big tech from his Twitter account last week.
“Too many voices are being destroyed, some good & some bad, and that cannot be allowed to happen,” he wrote. “Who is making the choices, because I can already tell you that too many mistakes are being made.”
“Social Media is totally discriminating against Republican/Conservative voices. Speaking loudly and clearly for the Trump Administration, we won’t let that happen.”
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