Jamie Fly, a former high-ranking Bush era neocon, believes you shouldn’t have the right to post on social media.
Another day, another flood of impulsive Trump tweets.
This time, Trump doubled down on Google’s rigged search engine. Its algorithm discriminates against conservatives, fumed Trump, and promotes stories critical of him and his administration.
It’s easy to detect fake news. I don’t need a fact checker or a laboratory at a globalist think tank to clue me in.
Here’s the latest fake news.
I am a malicious actor.
Or would be if I was still on Facebook.
This is a term used to describe people like me at Facebook. People who post “fake news,” as determined by NATO, banks, and transitional corporations at the Atlantic Council.
The Trump administration is demanding Facebook open up its encrypted messaging software and let law enforcement snoop on conversations.
The effort is being kept secret, according to Reuters.
Target Liberty posted a screen capture of Caitlin Johnstone’s terminated twitter account.
The Silicon Valley division of the national security state is now in the process of memory-holing high traffic users in violation of corporate community terms of service which are of course selectively enforced.
Imagine my surprise.
Neocons are breaking out the champagne to celebrate the removal of Alex Jones from social media.