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Later today Law Professor Glenn Reynolds weighed in on this latest censorship. Glenn called out the ban on the conservative websites and suggested NBC can be investigated on conspiracy charges. Constitutional lawyer Mark Levin agrees. Read the rest of the story at thegatewaypundit.com, link in bio. Follow our instagram account for more news update.
Read the article that triggered NBC News--the media organization that actively ran interference for sexual predators Harvey Weinstein and Matt Lauer--to try and get @FDRLST banned and deplatformed. https://t.co/1PUUt5juVK— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) June 17, 2020
Federalist Co-Founder Sean Davis Responds To NBC, Google Deplatforming Attempt https://t.co/gAR1sVIOEk— The Federalist (@FDRLST) June 17, 2020
The British group behind the campaign to cancel The Federalist and Zero Hedge is clearly trying to get a notch in its belt to generate more attention and more donations. They found a compliant news outlet in NBC News to legitimize the scheme.— Chuck Ross (@ChuckRossDC) June 17, 2020
Did a little bit of research on this newly-created "NBC Verification Unit" thing. Team members openly market themselves as some kind of private open source intelligence (OSINT) unit. Very strange. Usually a term reserved for private security orgs and state intelligence agencies. pic.twitter.com/YBRqgTtnTh— Jordan Schachtel (@JordanSchachtel) June 16, 2020
So google will not allow sites to allow their commenters to speak freely https://t.co/0gHXQVub6Z— (((Aaron “Worthing” Walker))) (@AaronWorthing) June 17, 2020
Everyone is all upset about Google pole-axing the Federalist, and rightly so. But Google banned me and other foes of jihad violence and sharia oppression of women several years ago. No one cared. Why? Because the establishment right accepted the “Islamophobia” narrative.— Robert Spencer روبرت سبنسر रॉबर्ट स्पेंसर 🇺🇸 (@jihadwatchRS) June 17, 2020
Razor @hale_razor: Google will demonetize conservative websites for unregulated comments sections, but highly maintained Twitter, Google, Facebook, and Youtube are just neutral platforms.