If you were busy yesterday, you may not have heard that Twitter has permanently banned the President of the United States after he called for peace. They are also actively banning anyone who points out obvious instances of election fraud.
Google and Apple have banned the Twitter competitor Parler from their app stores unless/until Parler begins to censor users like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram do. Tonight, Amazon Web Services will shut the web site down completely until Parler can find another hosting service.
Reddit has banned the “r/donaldtrump” community.
Youtube is deleting any video suggesting there was any election fraud, and threatening to shut down entire channels.
They (allegedly) took the vote and the courts from us. My town seems to have people living in post office boxes, but our election officials say that’s OK because the United States Post Office is really an apartment building now. Apparently.
Our courts say legal voters have no standing to demand honest elections run in accordance with the law and state constitution.
Do you think conservatives and those who disagree with the online putsch can, at least, rely on email? The Trump campaign’s email provider has suspended them, too. So much for the soap box.
Do you know who isn’t getting banned? For one, there’s Rick Klein, Political Director of ABC News, who posted this:
“Trump will be an ex-president in 13 days. The fact is that getting rid of Trump is the easy part. Cleansing the movement he commands is going to be something else.“
“Cleansing.” Ands they like to call us Nazis.
Twitter hasn’t banned this guy either.
“Don’t dare call them protesters,” Mr. Biden said in remarks from Wilmington, Del. “They were a riotous mob. Insurrectionists. Domestic terrorists. It’s that basic. It’s that simple.”
Soap box, ballot box, jury box.
Anyone who doesn’t toe the far left line is now gleefully referred to as a terrorist, an insurrectionist; someone to be cleansed.
And that is why we cannot comply with the new rights violations that they will enact into what passes for law in the new America. We cannot fall into line and turn in our guns. We cannot be “good Germans.”