Tristan Justice is a staff writer at The Federalist focusing on the 2020 presidential campaigns. He has also written for The Washington Examiner and The Daily Signal. Tristan graduated from George Washington University where he majored in political science and minored in journalism. Follow him on Twitter at @JusticeTristan or contact him at [email protected]
Federalist editor Chris Bedford warned big tech censorship shows a larger problem facing the free exchange of ideas in the online public square
“We’ve been warning for years about the kind of silencing and de-platforming efforts that we’ve seen happen in American academia,” Domenech said.
Attorney General Bill Barr explained that the primary motive behind the DOJ’s push to reform Section 230 liability protections was to protect free speech.
Twitter and Facebook took down President Donald Trump’s silly meme video Friday that featured two babies running on the sidewalk while a fake CNN chyron parodied cable news coverage.
CNN titled a piece over South Carolina Republican Sen. Tim Scott’s reaction to being tokenized as “See black senator’s emotional response.”
The mainstream media cares about social distancing again.
It doesn’t matter if he was the first U.S. president who led the nation through the American War of Independence, George Washington is cancelled too.
Journalists suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome are once again pretending to be media-illiterate for the sake of attacking the president.
Facebook took down ads from the Trump campaign Thursday it says violated company guidelines against “organized hate” for using a triangle.
American happiness has reached a 50-year low as Americans remain locked up and condemned for past generations’ sins.
The tide has been turning against Silicon Valley tech giants in Washington for quite some time, but this week appears to have reached a tipping point.
Federalist Co-founder and Publisher Ben Domenech warned Wednesday that NBC News’ recent attempt to demonetize the publication is a warning of what is to come.
Senior Editor Chris Bedford charged Google with employing a double standard Wednesday after threatening to ban The Federalist from profiting off ads.
Twitter tried to ban Sen. Tom Cotton after he went on cable news to advocate the use of the federal military to quell violent riots engulfing the nation.
Federalist political editor John Daniel Davidson condemned legacy media Tuesday after NBC News published a story attempting to deplatform the website.
“NBC, the network that coddled Harvey Weinstein and Matt Lauer by the way, had partnered with a foreign left-wing group in Europe to after us,” Davis said.
House Republicans are demanding answers from several Democratic governors who ordered state nursing homes to house coronavirus patients.
Black Lives Matter activist and former UK member of Parliament Fiona Onasanya went after Kellogg’s Monday for perpetuating an exhaustively racist society.
American patriotism is likely to sink further as cultural leftists continue their efforts to rewrite U.S. history purging symbols of its past.
New York City’s contact tracing team has been instructed by the mayor’s office not to ask tested individuals whether they marched in mass protests.
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