Laura Loomer doesn’t mind a security escort off the stage. Not when she gets to confront a big wig like Jack Dorsey, Twitter CEO.
Of course, mainstream media wants to package Loomer as a right-wing extremist. Nothing more than an unfounded conspiracy theorist. But no matter how far right she leans, the truth is the truth. And Twitter is guilty as charged when censorship is the accusation.
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Dorsey didn’t have much to say for himself when Loomer said “censorship is a human rights violation” and “you are interfering with elections.” But what can he say? Dorsey’s left us all feeling violated.
Loomer pointed out his blatant hypocrisy:
“How can you say that this is a currency for everyone in the world when you are the king of censorship?” Loomer shouted from the crowd. “Bitcoin is about decentralization, and you have no right to be here today speaking about this.”
Leftists shouldn’t be so quick to write Loomer off as an extremist. Alex Gladstein, the chief strategy officer at the Human Rights Foundation, chimed into the conversation.
“Can social media be more like bitcoin? Bitcoin is censorship resistant. Nobody controls it. What is your thought on that?” Gladstein asked Dorsey.
“Yes, I do believe it can,” the Twitter CEO responded. “I know there’s a number of you out there who disagree with a lot of actions that Twitter’s taken. I know there’s a lot of you out there who disagree with our policies and the way we’ve evolved them. And I appreciate it. I recognize it.”
Dorsey’s remarks were met with cheers and applause from the audience.
Unfortunately, Dorsey’s words are lip service. He’ll censor you just as much today as he did Jan. 6th.
Last year, Twitter began flagging a number of tweets from former President Donald Trump for containing false, disputed or misleading information—both about the 2020 election and the coronavirus pandemic—as well as for “glorifying violence” in tweets about last summer’s racial justice protests.
On January 6, following the deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol, Twitter locked Trump’s account for 12 hours in response to his perceived role in “incitement of violence.” While his account was later unlocked, the social media giant went on to indefinitely block Trump from Twitter two days later. Other social media platforms quickly followed.
Social Media Shutdown
Conservatives already felt disillusioned with Twitter, Facebook, and other popular platforms when the capitol riots cemented a need for many users to jump ship.
The question was, where do we go? A number of choices rose to the top. MeWe, Parler, Codias… the choices now are endless. But problems also plagued these alternate sites. Parler, one of the early front runners, spent weeks completely shut down. Amazon stopped providing Parler services. Apple started “filtering” Parler to make it “less offensive.”
Sadly, the “offensive language” is often the truth. As with the scamdemic. Point out the fact that the numbers have been manipulated from the start, or that the vaccine is more dangerous that the virus, you will quickly find yourself shadowbanned on Facebook or Twitter.
But there is a new front-runner, free from censorship. In fact, Politichatter is user-owned. They promise no censorship, no algorithms, no jail time. In fact, The Kevin Jackson Network is now part of Politichatter. And our own Kevin Jackson was recently named President of their organization. As promised, we will to continue to fight the liberal powers-that-be, who prefer to squash the truth and endanger life as we know it.
Is this a shameless plug for Politichatter? Perhaps. But the truth is, I don’t make a dime for a referral. Or for anything I post there. But I joined Parler, codias, mewe, and several other sites everyone boosted over the past year. And I got tired of the downfalls associated with each. They all had their good and bad points. But what I was looking for was an easy way to tell the truth.
So if you’re tired of wondering when FB will put you back in jail, or when Twitter will erase your followers, then come on over. I’ll be there. And so is Kevin Jackson. We’ve even got Laura Loomer, and you know she’s banned everywhere else! Apparently, speaking up against injustice is frowned upon these days.