Tuesday, August 7, 2018

ARE TECH GIANTS WORKING TOGETHER TO CENSOR CONSERVATIVES? — Apple, YouTube and Facebook BAN Infowars on Same Day - ALEX JONES (Full Show) Monday - 8/6/18 • Live on Periscope • www.Real.Video • InfoWars .com/show

by Jim Hoft

Liberal Tech Giants Facebook, Twitter, Google-YouTube and Wikipedia have all stepped up their harassment of conservative publishers since the 2016 election.

The far left and Democrats understand that conservatives get their news from online publishers.
Since the election The Gateway Pundit found from traffic analysis that Facebook has eliminated 93% of traffic to top conservative websites.
** Twitter is shadowbanning and censoring conservative lawmakers and conservative publishers.
** Wikipedia is controlled by far left editors who are regularly accused of liberal bias.
** YouTube is shutting down conservative pages and demonitizing several others.

And a Gateway Pundit June study of top conservative news outlets found that Facebook has eliminated 93% of traffic to top conservative websites.

Facebook began eliminating conservative content after the 2016 election.
On Monday Facebook caved to the leftist media mob demanding censorship of InfoWars and permanently banned their page.
Also on Monday Apple removed Infowars podcasts.
CNBC reported:
Apple confirmed on Monday that it had removed five out of six podcasts, which includes Jones’ infamous “The Alex Jones Show” as well as a number of other InfoWars audio streams. The news was originally reported by BuzzFeed News.

It is interesting that Facebook and Apple would ban Infowars on the same day.

It makes you wonder if these tech giants are working together to throttle conservative content online?
And who is behind the scene pulling the strings?
UPDATE: Google-YouTube just terminated the Infowars account.



Alex Jones Predicted the Censorship That He and Countless Others Are Now Experiencing Years Ago:


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The Court held that government cannot punish inflammatory speech unless that speech is "directed to inciting or producing imminent lawless action and is likely to incite or produce such action."
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