Jordan Davidson is a staff writer at The Federalist. Jordan graduated from Baylor University where she majored in political science and minored in journalism. Follow her on Twitter @jordangdavidson.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admitted the big tech company is exploring a long-term political censorship campaign to ban users the company deems unacceptable.
“What they’ve done is devastating. We’re going to overcome it,” Parler founder and CEO John Matze said of Amazon’s decision to boot the free-speech platform.
‘Republicans have been admirably consistent. They condemn political violence. The media and the Democrats have not been, unfortunately,’ Hemingway said.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said Congress is considering action to “rein in” the spread of “disinformation” by creating a commission on media literacy.
MSNBC’s Joy Reid called for the de-Baathification of the current Republican Party following four years of leadership under President Donald Trump.
CNN anchor Jake Tapper claimed that Republican Rep. Brian Mast, a veteran who lost both of his legs in combat, doesn’t care about the United States.
The man Democrats have put forward to be the next speaker in the Illinois House is facing scrutiny from his colleagues for his history of domestic abuse.
While Gohmert was quoting Pelosi’s previous statements encouraging uprisings, “journalists” claimed he was calling for political violence around the nation.
Airbnb and its subsidiary HotelTonight have canceled all reservations in D.C. during inauguration week over concerns of “armed militias and known hate groups.”
Walmart and Disney will no longer donate to any of the GOP members of Congress who objected to the certification of Electoral College votes for Joe Biden.
Helen Andrews joins Joy Pullmann to discuss her book “Boomers: The Men and Women Who Promised Freedom and Delivered Disaster.”
The vice president said that while the riot at the Capitol was ‘shocking and saddening,’ it should not be exploited for political gain.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi told her constituents in a virtual meeting that the Capitol rioters chose “their whiteness over democracy.”
Florida state Rep. Randy Fine asked Gov. Ron DeSantis to order the “immediate divestment of any Florida-held equity and debt” with the five big tech giants.
Federalist Senior Editor Mollie Hemingway ripped into Democrats and the corporate media for their hypocrisy over the mob riot at the Capitol last Wednesday.
“What is happening now isn’t a crackdown on so-called violent speech,” Sean Davis said. “It’s a crackdown on anyone who the left and its big tech masters doesn’t want to be heard.”
“It’s one thing to say you can’t use a platform to share information,” Ben Domenech said. “It’s another to say you can’t use the equivalent of the roads, the water, the power that’s underneath the internet superstructure.”
Cuomo has flip-flopped his way through the first month of New York’s vaccinations, costing the state precious vials of the Wuhan virus vaccine.
‘ARFCOM IS DOWN. We’ve been booted from GoDaddy and are looking for an alternative solution,’ the site announced Monday afternoon on Twitter.
The New York Times falsely labeled Richie McGinniss, a conservative reporter, as a rioter in the mob at the Capitol on Wednesday.
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