Former Clinton Adviser: Silicon Valley’s Mission Is to 'Censor Free Speech'
Platforms increase their censorship rollout and harassment of conservative publishers
Tech Giants Facebook, Twitter, Google-YouTube, and Wikipedia have increased their censorship rollout and harassment of conservative publishers as former Clinton adviser Mark Penn warns of attack on free speech.
The far left Democrats understand that conservatives get their news from a variety of independent publishers and are acting accordingly.
We've already seen the likes of Alex Jones and his flagship site Infowars which was permanently deleted from the majority of social platforms last month.
I think you really have to be worried about Big Tech becoming Big Brother. Because these used to be neutral platforms that said, “We’re open to free expression. That’s our core value.” Nd now they, not so much with particularly Facebook hiring 10,000 new censors on top of another 10,000, having roving censoring bots looking for content. Look, I never read Alex Jones. But here’s someone with millions of followers, publicly accountable for his speech, operating in Supreme Court standards, yanked from the media. That’s a surprise to me. That says these platforms are no longer open as they presented themselves to be.
** Twitter is shadowbanning and censoring conservative lawmakers and conservative publishers.
** Wikipedia is controlled by far left editors who are regularly accused of liberal bias.
** YouTube is shutting down conservative pages and demonitizing several others.
When CNN was lobbying to have @infowars banned from Facebook, everyone ignored it.— Ashton Whitty🦉✨❌ (@ashtonbirdie) August 6, 2018
Within the past 12 hours Info Wars has been taken off Apple, Spotify, Facebook, and YouTube.
No matter your opinion on Info Wars, this is an attack on free speech for EVERYONE.
A confidential 49-page memo revealing the plan to defeat Trump by eliminating "right-wing propaganda and fake news" has been leaked.
The memo was presented in 2017 by George Soros-owned Media Matters founder David Brock at a retreat in Florida with around 100 donors, according to the Washington Free Beacon.
According to Gateway Pundit, the memo perfectly coincides with moves by Silicon Valley tech giants to “shadow ban” conservative political candidates and remove content.
The memo, which is called “Democracy Matters: Strategic Plan for Action,” was obtained by The Free Beacon who attended the retreat.