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09/11/2018 / By News Editors
Paul Joseph Watson spoke out against Big Tech’s censorship of Alex Jones and Infowars on Friday and said he’s going to keep up the fight and “ride it until the wheels fall off.”
(Article by Chris Menahan republished from InformationLiberation.com)
Twitter banned Alex Jones and Infowars on Thursday and suspended Paul Joseph Watson for posting video of Jones confronting CNN’s chief censorship activist Oliver Darcy.
Twitter said Thursday they’re looking at banning other accounts “potentially associated with Alex Jones and Infowars,” which no doubt includes Watson and many others.
Of course, it’s not going to stop there.
Just a few months ago, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted out an article — which he said was a “great read” — that said the US is in a second “civil war” with no “bipartisan way forward” and “one side or the other must win.”
Great read https://t.co/O2djSQf8Qv
— jack (@jack) April 6, 2018
Big Tech giants are waging war on America and the First Amendment to subvert President Trump and our populist revolt and their “resistance” supporters are fantasizing about us all being thrown in gulags.
President Trump and the Republicans need to move against these America-hating scumbags and demand they be forced to respect the First Amendment.
Mark Dice on Friday also pointed out how insane this whole situation is:
Read more at: InformationLiberation.com
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