Trump supporters feel under attack on every front.
All hell is breaking loose as Big Tech companies executed a coordinated strike and banning of the President from Facebook and Twitter.
And now Fox News may be taken off the air because of this one question.
The lesson the left learned from the 2016 election was that it needed to seize total control of the flow of information in America.
President Trump won the Presidency because he used social media to go around the biased media and communicate directly with Americans.
Shortly after he won, fake news media activists at CNN and other outlets began pressuring social media companies to censor conservative speech under the guise of stopping the flow of hate speech, conspiracy theories and misinformation.
Of course, what CNN and other liberal outlets mean by hate speech, conspiracy theories and misinformation is any point of view that Democrats disagree with.
In the wake of the riot at the Capitol, CNN’s chief Democrat Party activist Brian Stelter found a new pressure point—harassing cable providers into dropping Fox News, Newsmax and One America News Network because they don’t mimic CNN in acting like communications shops for the Democrats.
“Somehow, these companies have escaped scrutiny and entirely dodged this conversation. That should not be the case anymore. After Wednesday’s incident of domestic terrorism on Capitol Hill, it is time TV carriers face questions for lending their platforms to dishonest companies that profit off of disinformation and conspiracy theories. After all, it was the very lies that Fox, Newsmax, and OAN spread that helped prime President Trump’s supporters into not believing the truth: that he lost an honest and fair election,” Stelter wrote in his nightly media newsletter.
To attack Fox News, Stelter used a tactic CNN employed to pressure tech companies to censor pro-Trump radio host Alex Jones and that is badgering platforms about why they allowed people liberals disagreed with to speak and counting on peer pressure from fellow leftists to cause liberal executives to act like the Communist Chinese government and censor dissidents.
I asked all of these companies for comment on Thursday. I asked them if they have any guidelines governing the content that they carry on their platforms. I asked them if they have any regret over carrying right-wing channels that were in many ways partly responsible for what took place in our nation’s capital this week.
Only CenturyLink provided a comment, saying it was committed to providing “a variety of broadcast channels covering thousands of topics” and that as a company it does not “endorse specific media or outlets.” CenturyLink didn’t respond to a follow up email, but at least it responded in some way. AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, Charter, and Dish did not. They chose to simply ignore the questions.
The end goal of this decapitation effort to silence conservative media outlets is to make sure going into the 2022 and 2024 elections there are no outlets available on the main communication platforms for Americans to receive any news or viewpoints that contradict the Democrat Party’s campaign message.
In 2020 the left put this into motion when Twitter and Facebook censored negative stories about Joe Biden.
That swung the election in Joe Biden’s favor as a Media Research Center poll found one in six Joe Biden voters would not have voted for him had they known about scandals such as Tara Reade’s sexual assault allegations or the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop.
Now Fox News and other conservative cable channels such as Newsmax or One America News are in CNN’s censorship crosshairs.
In the wake of Joe Biden being sworn in on January 20 and the Democrats winning what amounts to a majority in the Senate, the left believes they have their boot on the neck of the right and are stepping down full force to go for the kill.
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