The Left never misses an opportunity to demonstrate its hypocrisy, and we’ve seen a great deal of it in the past few weeks heading into the 2018 midterms.
What began as a concerted effort earlier this year by the country’s biggest social media companies to deemphasize and downrate conservatives and pro-POTUS Trump content has now expanded into a full-blown drive to push them out completely using the excuse of “hate speech.”
The American Left, always ready to exploit a tragedy for its own political gain, has ‘identified’ a new villain following the tragic shootings at a Pittsburgh synagogue over the weekend by a raging anti-Semitic Trump hater: Gab, a social media platform that truly embraces free speech, even that which can be offensive to some people.
When a Columbus, Ohio, Police Department officer stopped two black kids who had a BB gun over the weekend, a potentially dangerous situation ended up being a teachable moment, according to NBC News.
The similarities between communist China and Silicon Valley are just too much to ignore.
Many on the left who are fawning over the absolute destruction of free speech online, particularly with social media, are trying to justify their support of this totalitarian movement by claiming that Facebook, Google, and many others are “private companies” that can censor at will.
In a bombshell media scandal that’s growing by the hour, the tag-team of CNN and Watergate-fame journalism legend Carl Bernstein have been caught red-handed fabricating utterly fake news in a desperate effort to cast criminal blame upon President Donald J. Trump.
Following Breitbart’s bombshell release of a once-secret video that captured Google executives panicking after the Trump election victory, it’s now clear that Google is a dangerous left-wing techno-cult that is deliberately manipulating U.S. elections through fraudulent, illegal means.
Facebook just took down a post by the Ann Frank Center for “violating community standards.”
The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) has formally expressed its support for Asian American students who filed a landmark affirmative action suit alleging that Harvard University admissions discriminated against them.