By Megan Davis
The government is highly involved in policing social media. This is a clear violation of the first amendment.
That is the gist of it, but let’s get more specific. We now have evidence of the following scandals:
- They suppressed the New York Post’s story about the Hunter Biden laptop.
- Former FBI agents were hired to censor Tweets.
- The Biden team had a direct line to Twitter to censor posts.
- They schemed to get President Trump banned from Twitter.
- Twitter silenced conservatives.
- The FBI met with Twitter weekly during the elections to talk about censorship.
- Banned the NYP Twitter Account.
- Suppressed claims of voter fraud.
Why is all of this criminal? Our government is only concerned with making money and retaining or getting power. They are not interested in protecting our rights and security.
Let’s look into this.
Hunter Biden laptop scandal
The contents of the laptop were leaked to the Post just before the elections. The emails on the computer revealed that Hunter Biden was pedaling his name and influence to make money.
Furthermore, he was making deals for his dad and his family. These deals could have breached national security, but the potential payoffs were huge.
The FBI met with Twitter weekly during the elections to talk about censorship:
According to trendingpolitics.com, in court, Elvis Chan, a former FBI agent, stated that leading up to the 2020 elections, he met weekly with “Facebook; Microsoft; Google; Twitter; Yahoo!; Wikimedia Foundation and Reddit.”
Former FBI agents were hired to censor Tweets
The former agents handled what information was spread on the platform. In other words, they controlled the conversation about current affairs on Twitter.
Twitter even praised the FBI for helping them control the conversation. According to patriotpost.com, “In September 2020, Twitter released a statement thanking the FBI’s Foreign Influence Task Force for collaborating with the social media platform and supporting Twitter’s “work to protect the public conversation at this critical time.”
The Biden team had a direct line to Twitter to censor posts
The current administration wants you to see them in a certain way. They already have their grip on mainstream media, but they also need to control social media. So, they contact Twitter directly. According to the files, they just tell Twitter which posts to delete and they do it right away.
They schemed to get President Trump banned from Twitter
Twitter actually wrote President Trump his own policy and then gave him one more strike. If he got a strike, he was banned. Talking about election corruption got him banned.
Twitter silenced conservatives
At the request of government officials or on their own, Twitter blacklisted and shadow-banned conservatives or refused to allow their tweets to go viral. In other words, they didn’t kick them off the site, but they didn’t allow them to be heard by a larger audience.
Banned the New York Post (NYP) Twitter Account
The NYP broke the Hunter Biden laptop story just before the 2020 election. Rudy Giuliani gave the files to them and they have written many stories on the contents of the laptop. In this post, the NYP wrote that Hunter Biden committed 459 crimes and Joe Biden committed the crimes of tax evasion and violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act.
Because they kept writing about the Hunter Biden laptop, they were banned.
Suppressed claims of voter fraud
Huckabee among other conservatives spoke out about mail-in voting, and Twitter discussed whether they should delete the posts. In many cases, they deleted the posts.
What does Trump have to say about government censorship?
He is going to make an executive order to ban censorship, fire all government employees that have participated in censorship, and require a cooling-off period for any government employees who want to work for a social media platform.
There is more, so I encourage you to watch the video below.
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