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STUDY: Big Tech Censors GOP Congressmen By 54-1 More than Democrats
Big Tech censorship didn’t just repeatedly restrict and finally ban President Donald Trump. Social media companies overwhelmingly censored Republican members of Congress by a rate of 54-to-1 compared to congressional Democrats, according to a new Media Research Center study.
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Hillary Clinton Calls for MORE Big Tech Censorship
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton suggested that she wants more censorship from Big Tech giants like Facebook. In an interview with The View, Clinton blamed Facebook and Former President Donald Trump for the “constitutional crisis” of the Jan. 6 riot.
One America News’s Justine Murray blasted Facebook and “Tzar Zuckerberg” for censoring conservative free speech while allowing sexual exploiters to use and abuse Facebook and its users.
Facebook Using Incorrect AP ‘Fact-Check’ to Censor Posts: Report
Facebook is allegedly using a debunked fact-check from The Associated Press to censor posts for criticizing critical race theory.
Social Media Permits? No, Thanks!
Steven Hill, a former policy director at the Center for Humane Technology, suggested that Facebook issue use “permits.”
Biden’s Inconsistency on COVID Spread Slammed on Twitter
A new statement from President Biden on the spread of COVID is being criticized on Twitter for its inconsistency with other statements. Earlier in the week, Biden defended enacting vaccine mandates on the grounds that people who go to the hospital for treatment should not have the risk of being exposed to COVID-19.
Not Alone: Facebook Employees Have Warned About Company For Years
While much of the recent media attention regarding Facebook whistleblowers has gone to former employee and liberal donor Frances Haugen, it's worth noting that she wasn't the first former employee who has warned about the company. Haugen, a data scientist and former Facebook employee who worked to combat so-called “misinformation,” told 60 Minutes on October 3 that the Big…
Experts BASH YouTube for Reported Demonetization of ‘Climate Denial’
The atmosphere for content creators with Google just reached a new freezing point. YouTube and parent company Google reportedly plan to demonetize all content from so-called “climate deniers.”
The Babylon Bee CEO SLAMS Big Tech ‘Tyrants’ for Censoring Satire
Big Tech just can’t seem to get off the censorship train — especially when it comes to content that runs counter to the left’s accepted narrative. “You know, tyrants don’t like [satire]. It’s the thing that they hate more than anything else,” said satire site Babylon Bee CEO Seth Dillon.
No Surprise: The AP Got School Board Fact-Check Wrong
The Associated Press is being criticized on Twitter for getting a fact-check wrong on a hot topic.
BIAS! Twitter Lets Jezebel Call for Sinema to Be ‘Absolutely’ Bullied
Twitter, your bias is showing! The platform appears to have chosen not to enforce its rules on “targeted harassment” even when Jezebel told its readers they should “Absolutely Bully” Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ).
Facebook ‘Whistleblower’ Slammed for Censorship Push at Senate Hearing
Facebook “whistleblower” Frances Haugen is being treated by the left and media as a hero. But The Wall Street Journal, Glenn Greenwald and Ben Shapiro, to name a few, have blasted Haugen’s push against free speech online.
CensorTrack with TR: Big Tech Allows ‘TERF’ But Blocks Actual Science
It’s Week Six of MRC’s new video series, CensorTrack with TR. This week, we talked about how Big Tech protects transgender content regardless of fact or fiction. But social media companies censor conservative content, accounts, and thought.
YouTube to Host Kids’ Series Starring Kamala Harris
YouTube will be hosting a special series featuring Vice President Kamala Harris for kids, The Hill reports.