15 Times Big Tech Censored Local Government Meetings, Officials
Four school board meetings, collectively from Connecticut, Illinois and Washington, were removed from YouTube within an eight-day period last month for violating the platform’s “COVID-19 medical misinformation policy.” Big Tech’s censorship of local government meetings and public officials, whether restored following criticism or not, is a slippery slope that keeps getting steeper.
WashTimes Prints Story WashPost Skips: Wilder Rips McAuliffe on Race
In Thursday's Washington Times, reporter Mica Soellner wrote a story on former Gov. Douglas Wilder calling out Terry McAuliffe, another former governor who's running for another term. The headline was "Wilder accuses McAuliffe of flip-flopping on blackface scandals."…
REPORT: 28 States Take on Big Tech; 20 Battle Online Censorship
Congress has remained locked in a stalemate over how to tackle Big Tech tyranny. Meanwhile, state governments have stepped up and decided to take matters into their own hands where the federal government has failed. The partisan gridlock in Congress grew more apparent as Republicans and Democrats clashed with Big Tech executives — and with each other — in a March 25 hearing. Twenty…
AP Foresees GOP Doom in Virginia: 'Extremists' vs. 'Moderates'
Virginia is one of two states with a governor's race in 2021, and the Associated Press is already off to the races in seeing doom and gloom for the Republican Party. AP chief political writer Steve Peoples and his colleague Sarah Rankin foresee internal and bitter war (which makes Democrats giddy…
AP Won't Quote Opponents of Removing Robert E. Lee Statue
When it comes to debating the removal of statues of Confederate generals, it’s clear Associated Press thinks one side doesn’t have “very fine people” on it. AP reporter Sarah Rankin explained the legal tussles over the (now-vandalized) Robert E. Lee statue on Richmond’s Monument Avenue, and only one side was quoted.
Fox Highlights Virginia Democrats Targeting Gun Rights
Virginia’s Second Amendment Attack
Virginia Dem Sues CBS Over Interviews With Sexual Assault Accusers
#Resistance Restaurant Owner Defends Spitting on Trump Son in WashPost
CBS Fears Hearing With Dem’s Accusers Would Be ‘Political Stunt’
NY Times Can't Figure Out Why Va. Scandals Faded: It Starts With (D)
ABC, NBC Silent as CBS Spotlights Sex Abuse Accusers of VA Dem
After Six Weeks of Silence, CBS Rediscovers Sex Claims Against VA Dem
Media Meltdown: VA Dem Debacle Could Lead to ‘Conservative Republican’
As Virginia Democrats are imploding, the journalists on NBC, MSNBC, ABC and CBS have found the real disaster: It might result in a Republican governor. Scandals involving blackface, the KKK, and sexual assault have engulfed the Democratic Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and Attorney General. On NBC’s Today, reporter Geoff Bennett fretted, “If the governor, lieutenant governor, and Attorney…