LOOK: In The Middle Of A Highly Contested Election, Twitter Continues To Censor The President Of The United States
- November 7, 2020
- Posted by: Craig Chamberlin
- Category: Social Media
As the highly contested election of 2020 presses on, Americans are looking on in anticipation of the outcome. While the scrutiny surrounding election procedures is likely to be a blessing in disguise, it doesn’t help Americans who have already struggled with a crazy year.
Nonetheless, Big Tech continues to rob Americans of full transparency and is systematically censoring the President of the United States on their platform. In a recent thread of messages stated by the president, they’ve outright censored the ability to like or retweet what he is saying, take a look:
It doesn’t matter that social media network’s plan to censor the internet is simply not sustainable, it appears they’ve gone full on Orwellian as we move into 2021. Now would be a time to check out alternatives such as Parler, which is reminiscent of Twitter prior to their “safety filters” they implemented in 2016. Even the Parler CEO agrees the Big Tech companies have gone too far.
It turns out these “safety filters” were a propagandistic name for “censoring what we disagree with”.