‘The Passion’ Star Calls COVID Church Closures Christian Persecution

Culture
September 14th, 2020 2:47 PM

One of Hollywood’s few devout Catholics slammed what he views as a double standard with Chinese Virus lockdowns. Jim Caviezel, the man who played Jesus in The Passion of the Christ, asserted that the fact people can fly on airliners during Chinese virus season, but are barred from going to Church in some parts of the country, is evidence that Christians are being persecuted.

Twitter Allowed ‘Deceptively Edited’ Video of Trump to Go Viral

TechWatch
September 8th, 2020 4:28 PM

Twitter censors edited videos that the right tweets on the platform, but Twitter allowed a “deceptively edited” video of Trump to go viral. Twitter came under fire for its hesitancy to remove a “deceptively edited” video of President Donald Trump from the platform. The video reportedly depicted him as “lost and disoriented,” according to The Daily Wire.

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As Polls Tighten, MSNBC Talks Vast Right-Wing Media 'Infrastructure'

September 2nd, 2020 3:51 PM

On Morning Joe, Axios co-founder Jim VandeHei warns of a right-wing media "infrastructure" that is focused on violence in the streets.  He warns that its impact could eventually be reflected in the polls. 

Oxford Study Wants Ad Blacklist of Conservative Sites Like CNSNews

TechWatch
August 4th, 2020 1:14 PM

Academics funded by Big Tech only argue for more censorship of conservative thought. The Oxford Internet Institute, a department of the University of Oxford, released a study that smeared conservative sites such as CNSNews, Breitbart, The Daily Caller, The Blaze, The Epoch Times, PJ Media, and FrontPageMag as “junk news and disinformation.” 

 

Lame! Google Apologizes After New ‘Bug’ Blacklists Conservative Sites

TechWatch
July 22nd, 2020 1:16 PM

Talk about living down to expectations. Google gave a measly mea culpa after several conservative websites were delisted from its general search and appeared to have been blacklisted. The massive search engine company claimed that a technical issue prevented many high profile conservative websites from being reached via Google. Google said the problem was merely a bug in the…

DISGUSTING: Wikipedia Waged Years-Long War Against Mark Levin

TechWatch
July 14th, 2020 5:35 PM

A former Wikipedia editor blasted Wikipedia for not being neutral, and slammed the platform for a multi-year scorched-earth campaign against popular conservative talk radio host Mark Levin. A massive exposé accusing Wikipedia of having biased editors was put out by Breitbart…

WashPost Blogs Defend Antifa as Too Shapeless to Blame for Anything

June 25th, 2020 11:49 AM

The Washington Post can’t decide whether it wants to promote Antifa or pretend it doesn’t exist. On the “Monkey Cage” blog they’re promoting a leftist German professor named Curd Knupfer, who thinks the “far right” blogosphere is making things up about Antifa, since it’s apparently so loosely organized you can’t blame them for anything.

Comic Ricky Gervais Excoriates Celebs Who Grumble About Quarantine

April 17th, 2020 8:31 AM
It’s not hard to find someone who complains about the “symptoms” of the coronavirus outbreak around the world during the past month. Perhaps it has become too easy. That’s the view of actor-comedian Ricky Gervais, who stated that he has “had enough of wealthy celebrities” who live in luxurious conditions while others are barely making ends meet.

Will Facebook’s $100M Investment to News Help Address COVID-19 Crisis?

TechWatch
March 31st, 2020 12:37 PM
Facebook is committing 100 million dollars toward local journalism hit hard in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Facebook has reportedly already invested $300 million in local news companies, but following recent events, Facebook will commit $100 million more. Facebook VP of Global News Partnerships Campbell Brown announced via a company blog on March 30 that Facebook will be making…

Canada Proposes Government Licenses for Websites, U.S. Liberals Yawn

February 5th, 2020 4:24 PM
If a recommendation made by a Canadian official becomes law, TV networks, news websites and social media companies in that nation might have no choice but to become licensed by the government or lose their ability to operate in that country. The proposal was made by Canadian Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault, who was assigned to update the country’s broadcasting laws and stated that even…

DNC Starts ‘Intelligence Unit’ To Combat Drudge, CNSNews.com

TechWatch
December 17th, 2019 3:54 PM
The 2020 election is going to be fought online and the left has decided to create its own fact-check unit. The Democratic National Committee started a “counter-disinformation unit” to “serve[] as a knowledge base and intelligence unit” for the party.

Facebook VP Defends Including Breitbart in ‘News’ Tab

TechWatch
November 20th, 2019 5:02 PM
Facebook has taken heat for supporting free speech and for including Breitbart in its “News” tab, and now its VP of global marketing solutions is making a stand. Yesterday, Gizmodo wrote its not-so-objective commentary that “Facebook recently announced that white supremacist propaganda site Breitbart would be considered a ‘high quality’ news source on its…

Twitter Suspends Yovanovitch Critics When BuzzFeed Calls Them ‘Bots'

TechWatch
November 18th, 2019 4:10 PM
Twitter appears to be doing all it can to protect those participating in the impeachment inquiry from public criticism. Liberal news outlet BuzzFeed noted that the phrase “I hired Donald Trump to fire people like Yovanovitch” was trending on the morning of Nov. 15.

Beto's Campaign Ejects Breitbart Editor for 'Hateful Reporting'

August 29th, 2019 1:13 PM
As if Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke doesn’t have enough to worry about as he craters in the polls, a staffer working in his campaign caused an embarrassing incident on Tuesday by ejecting a reporter who was covering the event for a conservative news website. O’Rourke -- whose full name is actually Robert Francis “Beto” O'Rourke -- was addressing…