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GOP Finally Act On Big Tech Censorship… By Demanding Even More Of It

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Chris Menahan
Information Liberation
June 12, 2019

Rather than demand Twitter stop censoring conservatives, the GOP establishment is demanding Twitter censor the Hamas government to aid Israel.

From The Daily Caller, “Republicans To Send Letter To Twitter Calling For Hamas Ban”:

Sixteen Republican congresspeople plan to send a letter to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Tuesday encouraging the platform to ban all content promoting terror specific to Hamas, The Daily Caller has learned.

The signatories on the letter include Rep. Lee Zeldin of New York, Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming and Rep. Mark Meadows of North Carolina.

Foreign Terrorist Organizations “use Twitter to advance their hateful ideology and propaganda. Last month, Hamas fired approximately 700 rockets into Israel killing innocent victims. It is imperative that Twitter, a United States Company, bans designated FTOs, removing all content promoting terrorist activity,” the letter reads.

As I said on Monday, the GOPe couldn’t care less about right-wing populists/nationalists being censored by Big Tech and probably actively support it.

They’re working overtime to make it illegal for Americans to boycott the state of Israel but they won’t lift a finger to make it illegal for Big Tech to censor Americans in the digital public square.

These clowns are worse than useless.

This article was posted: Wednesday, June 12, 2019 at 6:29 am





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