Big Tech hates you, they hate what you believe, and they hate democracy if it means you get to question their agenda.
Twitter and Facebook banned Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene this week after they claimed that she shared “COVID misinformation.” Greene had shared official Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data, but her interpretation of it was inconvenient and counternarrative to the information that Big Tech believed should be disseminated.
As former President Donald Trump hinted in a statement on Monday, Twitter and Facebook’s recent ban on Greene’s personal account for “misinformation” is wrong, Orwellian, and deserves the public’s wrath. He urged his supporters to abandon the social media platforms, which are “a disgrace to our nation,” and to “keep fighting” Big Tech’s censorship spree.
“They’re boring, have only a Radical Left point of view, and are hated by everyone!” Trump wrote.
Joe Rogan made a similar plea to millions of his followers this week after Twitter banned Dr. Robert Malone, one of Rogan’s podcast guests who has talked about the government’s failings when it comes to COVID-19 and vaccines.
“Just in case sh-t over at Twitter gets even dumber, I’m here now as well,” Rogan wrote on GETTR. “Rejoice!”
Social media platforms have long marketed themselves as hubs of information responsible for facilitating and disseminating important news to the world. What has become clear over the last few years, however, is that the Big Tech oligarchs bragging about creating apps that change the free world for the better are actually damaging democracy beyond repair.
There are countless examples of Big Tech’s war on the principles and people who make up American society. The Federalist has personally suffered from this propaganda-pushing regime through fake “fact checks” executed by shady organizations with leftist and communist ties. Big Tech has repeatedly censored, blacklisted, and ignored our factual reporting on COVID-19’s origins, green energy, and masks.
Others, including elected officials such as Republican Sen. Rand Paul and licensed, accredited doctors and health experts such as the signers of the Great Barrington Declaration have suffered similar outcomes when they’ve tried to share information or news about COVID-19, election integrity, and even stories exposing a Black Lives Matter co-founder for her million-dollar real estate spending binge.
Using tactics similar to communist China’s, Big Tech tracked down and blocked the New York Post’s reporting on Hunter Biden’s laptop for weeks leading up to the 2020 election, shut down conversations about the origins of COVID-19, banned the questioning of vaccine efficacy, silenced people who affirm the two sexes, and limited the sharing of damning emails between tyrannical health bureaucrats as well as anything from Trump that they deemed “missing context,” including official speeches. Twitter and Facebook also both decided within the same time frame to ban a sitting U.S. president from its services, cutting off his most effective form of communication with an already angered public. The list goes on and on.
What the tech companies couldn’t stamp out with censorship, they tried to conquer with power and influence. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg used his influence and money to fund shady election processes in government offices in swing states ahead of the 2020 election. Big Tech even colluded with the White House and the Biden administration to justify killing any conversations that were unapproved by the regime.
The Big Tech oligarchs who rule the digital highways of information and communication don’t care about free speech. They have repeatedly shouted their allegiances and their message is loud and clear. They are the ideological enforcers for the Democrat Party, and they won’t stop at anything to silence Republicans.