can no longer be denied that there is a coordinated, sustained
agenda to censor and silence conservatives by social media Silicon
Valley giants as part of a giant election meddling scheme.
It is widely acknowledged that Facebook and Google both
backed both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton in the last two
Obama’s former campaign director openlyadmittedFacebook
was “on our side” during the 2012 campaign.
Wikileaks emails alsorevealthat
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg wanted Hillary Clinton to win “badly”
and visited her multiple times.
The Podesta emails alsoprove“a
relationship with Schmidt dating back to at least 2008 and show that
Google loaned its jet to members of Clinton’s campaign staff on
It is alsodocumentedthat
there are at least 45 Facebook employees who, “had previously worked
or volunteered with the Hillary campaigns, the Obama campaigns, or
the Obama White House and are now employed by Facebook,
Facebook-owned companies, or the Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative.”
These political connections demolish the “it’s just a
private company” argument and they also illustrate how the silencing
of conservatives is a deliberate effort to help the Democrats’
A leaked internal Facebook message board post also
revealed how conservatives within the company have become irate at
its censorious nature.
“We are a political monoculture that’s intolerant of
different views,” said the post. “We claim to welcome all
perspectives, but are quick to attack — often in mobs — anyone who
presents a view that appears to be in opposition to left-leaning
censorship of conservatives is a conspiracy theory and that
President Trump’s claim that Big Tech silencing independent voices
is “false,” the multitude of evidence suggests otherwise.
Just look at the sheer number of right-leaning
commentators, political candidates and news outlets that have been
hit with bans, suspensions or other censorship.
Alex Jones: Banned by Facebook, YouTube (Google), Apple,
Spotify and numerous other tech platforms all within one 48 period.
Congressional candidate Elizabeth Heng: campaign ads
banned by Facebook and Twitter.
Roger Stone: Banned by Twitter.
Gavin McInnes & the Proud Boys: Banned by Twitter
over spurious claims of “supporting violence” and being an
“extremist group,” despite McInnes and his Proud Boy group
repeatedly disavowing violence.
Prager University: Repeatedly censored by YouTube.
Diamond and Silk: Repeatedly suspended by Facebook.
Robert Spencer: Mastercard pressured Patreon to remove
Spencer’s payment processing facility on unsupported accusations of
Alveda King: Facebook censored paid ads for a pro-life
Britanny Pettibone: Banned by Patreon.
Lauren Southern: Banned by Patreon.
Laura Loomer: Banned by Facebook after confronting a
Muslim political candidate.
Republican Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn: Twitter
censored a campaign ad in which Blackburn criticized Planned
CJ Pearson: Facebook account locked for posting a video
supporting Rudy Giuliani’s criticisms of Obama.
Hunter Avellone: Banned by Twitter.
Elizabeth Johnston (Activist Mommy): Suspended by Twitter
“after she criticized a Teen Vogue editor who approved of publishing
an article that encouraged youth to have anal sex.”
Chicks on the Right: Suspended by Facebook.
Owen Benjamin: Banned by Twitter for insulting David
Tommy Robinson: Banned by Twitter for the vague
accusation of “hateful conduct”.
Sargon of Akkad: Banned by Twitter.
Pamela Geller: Repeatedly suspended by Facebook.
Milo Yiannopolous: Banned by Twitter before the 2016
election for stridently criticizing a Ghostbusters movie and one of
its stars, Leslie Jones.
Swedish right-wing political parties: YouTube has
repeatedly deleted right-wing content on the eve of Sweden’s
This list is by no means exhaustive. There are
innumerable other examples.
Let’s also recall James O’Keefe’s exposé which showed
eight current and former Twitter employees explaining steps the
social media giant takes to censor political content they don’t
While some anti-war and libertarian or left-leaning
personalities and accounts have been censored, the overwhelming
majority of individuals and organizations affected have been
As Allum Bokhariwrites,
“These individuals all had hundreds of thousands, sometimes millions
of followers on their social media accounts prior to being banned.
Their social media platforms served as organizing hubs for
petitions, fundraisers, rallies, and other political activities of
the grassroots right. The loss of their social media accounts will
have a major impact on the ability of conservatives and
right-wingers to organize its online supporters for the U.S. midterm
elections and beyond.”
It can no longer be denied that this represents a
deliberate effort to deplatform conservatives and purge them from
what is now the de facto public square in order to help Democrats
win the next two elections. This is election meddling.
This is taking place as a result of lobbying by
mainstream media networks like CNN to shut down their competition,
brigading by left-wing Soros front groups like Media Matters, and
Just a month before Infowars was banned by Facebook and
YouTube, Democratic Congressman Ted Deutch (D-FL) demanded that
Facebook and YouTube ban Infowars.
This is not just private companies enforcing their
terms of service, this is coordinated conspiracy by Big Media, Big
Tech and Democratic Party lawmakers to silence their political
have shownthat algorithmic changes alone,
the very type that Trump complained about in his tweets this week,
can shift millions of votes in elections.
Action must be taken.
A new White House petition has been launched calling on
Trump to pressure Congress to pass legislation that will protect
free speech rights online.
Please sign itright
here. Once the petition passes 100,000 signatures, the White
House will be forced to respond.
In addition to the petition, with the help of top media
lawyers, Infowars has drawn up a series of recommendations to be
sent to the Trump administration that will help protect free speech
Suggestions include directing the Justice Department to
open investigations into whether there are First Amendment &
anti-trust law violations by the major social media platforms. Trump
could also set up a Presidential Commission made up of free speech
experts to advise him on future action.