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Workers, Leftists Blast Facebook for NOT Censoring Trump

Alexander Hall

Twitter Censors Gaetz Tweet Against Antifa for ‘Glorifying Violence’

Alexander Hall

54% Say Social Media Should 'Allow Free Speech Without Interference'

Craig Bannister

Big Tech Throws Support, Millions Behind Race Protests

Alexander Hall

Facebook Takes Down COVID-19 Shutdown Protests But Not Antifa Protests

Corinne Weaver

Satire Site The Babylon Bee Claims More Facebook Censorship

Heather Moon

Cruz Urges Criminal Probe of Twitter for Possible Sanctions Violations

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Trump Cites NewsBusters in Making Strong Case Against Twitter

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Twitter Censors Trump, Won’t Remove Iranian Threats of Violence

Corinne Weaver

Snapchat Will No Longer Promote President Donald Trump’s Content

President Donald Trump has accused another platform of rigging the election by deboosting his content from youth. Snapchat will no longer allow Trump’s verified Snapchat account to be promoted on its platform. This decision came “after executives concluded that his tweets over the weekend promoted violence, the company said today,” The Verge reported in a June 3 blog.

Alexander Hall

Twitter Scrambles to Save Face: ‘We Want to Take a Step Back’

After a tumultuous week where Twitter censored President Donald Trump’s account twice, the platform has decided to come forward to explain its decisions. 

 

Corinne Weaver

MRC's Bozell: Zuckerberg Can't Give in to ‘Social Media Brown Shirts’

Appearing early Tuesday evening on the Fox Business Network’s Evening Edit, Media Research Center Founder and President Brent Bozell urged Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to remain strong and refuse to give into the “social media brown shirts” at his company, which have demanded censorship of President Trump. In contrast, Bozell noted that his employees haven’t made the…

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‘The Verge’ Executive Editor Calls for ‘BAN’ of Trump and His Allies

Leadership at The Verge have called for the mass censorship of the president and his allies in a damning article headlined “BAN THEM ALL” in all-caps. Even in a time as hyperbolic as 2020, an article with a lede paragraph that states: “President Trump and his allies are now openly threatening violence against Americans — it’s time to remove them from the internet,” seems particularly vicious.…

Alexander Hall

Twitter Temporarily Restricts Popular Satire Account Titania McGrath

In the time of the COVID-19 virus, Twitter apparently sees conservative satire as the true plague. The parody Twitter persona Titania McGrath,created by comedian and Spiked columnist Andrew Doyle to satirize social justice advocates, is the latest example. Doyle said in a June 3, 2020 Tweet that “she” was “temporarily restricted” by Twitter. The McGrath account was previously suspended for…

Alexander Hall

Workers, Leftists Blast Facebook for NOT Censoring Trump

Even after Mark Zuckerberg’s $10 million donation to social justice groups, liberals are still hounding him for not censoring the president of the United States. President Donald Trump threatened a crackdown on the violent riots tearing apart the country with fire, looting, and racial attacks. And his critics went berserk demanding he be banned from social media.

Alexander Hall

Twitter Censors Gaetz Tweet Against Antifa for ‘Glorifying Violence’

After President Donald Trump called for “designating ANTIFA as a Terrorist Organization,” a GOP congressman was censored for demanding the group be treated as such. Congressman Matt Gaetz (R-FL) tweeted after days of violent riots: “Now that we clearly see Antifa as terrorists, can we hunt them down like we do those in the Middle East?” Twitter placed an interstitial, or a filter, over the…

Alexander Hall

54% Say Social Media Should 'Allow Free Speech Without Interference'

More than twice as many likely voters want social media platforms, like Facebook and Twitter, to allow free speech by users as want them to regulate what is posted, a new national survey by Rasmussen Reports reveals.

Craig Bannister

Big Tech Throws Support, Millions Behind Race Protests

Let no crisis … or marketing opportunity go to waste? Big Tech and entertainment corporations across the country have declared solidarity for protestors as the country burns. Many of the household name companies that are a staple of modern American life have declared their support for protestors. Google, Twitter, Facebook, Netflix, Amazon, and many other companies have made public statements…

Alexander Hall

Facebook Takes Down COVID-19 Shutdown Protests But Not Antifa Protests

Facebook made a point to take down protest pages during the shutdowns. But it doesn’t seem to want to do the same for the leftist protests occurring in 16 states.

Corinne Weaver

Satire Site The Babylon Bee Claims More Facebook Censorship

The Babylon Bee has come under fire for its satirical posts on Facebook before, and it appears it’s happening again.
Heather Moon

Cruz Urges Criminal Probe of Twitter for Possible Sanctions Violations

Twitter’s overreach has caused conservative leaders to declare an all-out political and legal response. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), sent an open letter to the Department of Justice and the Department of the Treasury on Friday to call for a criminal investigation into Twitter for violating the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA) and Executive Order 13876. Cruz quoted the wording of…
Alexander Hall

Trump Cites NewsBusters in Making Strong Case Against Twitter

President Donald Trump hit back at Big Tech bias by signing an “Executive Order on Preventing Online Censorship” in the Oval Office on Thursday. And he relied on information from the Media Research Center’s TechWatch to do it. Before Trump signed the executive order that interprets Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996 (CDA), he showcased a blog by NewsBusters MRC…

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Twitter Censors Trump, Won’t Remove Iranian Threats of Violence

After fact-checking President Donald Trump by using statements from CNN and The Washington Post, Twitter fired another salvo at Trump again over a tweet about the Minneapolis riots. 
Corinne Weaver