Liberal big tech CEOs thumb their nose at the U.S. Constitution every day by muzzling conservative speech and the free flow of information.
Not since British King George III tried to bully Americans into submission with his murderous Red Coats has a greater threat to freedom and Democracy surfaced. Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, and Google worked tirelessly to suppress true facts about Biden family corruption while allowing Democrats to push phony narratives ceaselessly.
These so-called “Masters of the Universe” have grown so powerful they have blacklisted the President of the United States and ranking members of the Trump Administration. Imagine what they can do to you. Everyday Americans are now tasked with firing another “Shot Heard Round the World” that brings these election thieves to their knees.
“The President’s use social media in the first place because the establishment media refuse to cover him and his movement fairly. Now they justify their censorship by claiming they just try to squash anything that could promote violence,” Fox News correspondent Steve Hilton reported. “But look at this tweet from May. ‘Meet at the Beverly Center. They said they’re going to start the riot at 6:00 p.m.’ Twitter not only allowed that, they promoted it in their ‘What’s Happening’ section.”
The country suffered unprecedented violence, looting, arson, and murder during the Black Lives Matter riots in 2020. Twitter, Facebook, and other liberal-leaning platforms encouraged them to wreak havoc and destruction. Social media platforms allowed fake news posts to promote those insurrections as “mostly peaceful” protests and vilified frontline police officers who were injured and killed trying to protect communities.
So extreme has the efforts of social media platforms trended that posts directly targeting police officers by lowlife Antifa members were circulated. “Let’s get to that cop’s house and burn it down,” one post that was not censored stated. Even the British soldiers had the decency to face America’s Minute Men on the battlefield.
The combination of promoting the false Russian collusion propaganda, silencing the Hunter Biden story, and mass voter fraud helped unseat President Donald J. Trump. With the president’s power of the pen in its final days, the Masters of the Universe have emerged as digital terrorists. When conservatives shifted to free speech apps such as Parler, powerful big tech CEOs removed them to put out of business their competition.
Now that Democrats have a stranglehold on power in the legislative and executive branch, what can everyday people do to protect their freedoms? A recent Wall Street Journal opinion-piece offered some guidance.
“I’m suspending indefinitely my use of Twitter, Facebook, and other social media. I’m doing so not to make a political statement, but in the hope that America can return to kitchen tables, churches, taverns, coffee shops, dance halls (it’s a Texas thing) — whatever it takes to look others in the eye and rebuild our communities and humanity,” Chip Roy wrote.
For those who plan to defend the U.S. Constitution like the patriots who faced the Red Coats at Lexington and Concord in 1775, digital commerce is the new battlefield. One Idaho internet provider fired a shot by blocking Facebook and Twitter in response to censoring its conservative customers.
“It has come to our attention that Twitter and Facebook are engaged in censorship of our customers and information. We have the past couple days been fielding calls from customers voicing the concern that they do not want these sites allowed to be displayed on their internet feed to them and that they do not want their children to go to these sites. Our company does not believe a website or social networking site has the authority to censor what you see and post and hide information from you. We have made this decision to block these two websites from being accessed from our network. We also don’t condone what Google, Amazon, Twitter, Facebook, and Apple are doing either to Parler by trying to strong-arm them into submission.”
Pres. Trump hinted that new platforms will emerge in the coming year to beat back anti-American censorship. Liberal social media CEOs may soon discover — much like King George III and his Red Coats — they are masters of none.