Apple iTunes Censors Christian Podcast Asking People to ‘Pray for Trump’
Pastor James MacDonald said that he had his podcast demoted
A Christian pastor has claimed he had his podcast censored by Apple iTunes simply because he asked that people pray for Donald Trump.
Pastor James MacDonald said that he had his podcast, “Walk in the Word,” dropped from the Top 25 chart completely within 24 hours of him posting a prayer on Facebook for the President according to CBN News.
“In the past the podcast had never dipped below the Top 40, within 24 hours it wasn’t even making the Top 200,” CBN reported
According to TruePundit: The word “shadowbanning” has been the common buzzword lately with the liberal publication VICE admitting that Twitter hinders conservative speech behind closed doors.
Speaking with CBN, MacDonald said that he wasn’t “Donald Trump’s biggest fan,” only that he found the administration “worthy of our gratitude and prayerful support.”
Apple CEO Tim Cook Criticized The “appalling Silence” Of People Who Don’t Speak Out Against The Policies Of The Trump Administration.
According to the New York Post, Cook spoke out against U.S. immigration policies so he wouldn’t fall into “the appalling silence of the good people category and this is something that I never want to be a part of.”
Censorship of Conservatives
As Facebook's stock plummet 19 percent, erasing around $120 billion in value, Twitter seems to be next in line as shares crashed 17% following censorship of conservatives voices on the platform.
The company reported Q2 adjusted EPS 17c, but a massive slow down in US ad growth, rising only 9%, is beginning to signal the beginning of the end for Twitter.
Another spook in the market was when the 335 million actives users saw a decline of 1 million from the prior quarter largely in the US.