Twitter is set to announce measures to censor President Donald Trump and others if they claim an “early victory” on election night, as Silicon Valley elites try to prepare the country for what they think will be a lengthy period of counting mail-in ballots, which are subject to tampering and fraud according to a Democrat whistleblower.
Facebook removed a live video stream posted by Breitbart News earlier today, which at the time of removal was the top-performing Facebook post in the world, of a press conference in D.C. featuring frontline doctors speaking out against misinformation about COVID-19.
The Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) efforts to avoid disclosing how many of its soldiers were killed in a bloody brawl with Indian soldiers in the Himalayas last week are running afoul of anguished Chinese families who want their government to acknowledge the deaths of their loved ones. CCP officials are struggling to either mollify or silence them.
Facebook’s decision to censor one of the Trump campaign’s ads, which calls on Americans to join the President in opposition to the far-left domestic terrorist Antifa movement, rests on the flimsy argument that an Antifa symbol used by the campaign in its Facebook post is actually a Nazi symbol.
Already under siege by its own far-left employees, Facebook is now facing pressure from another quarter: woke corporations, who are withdrawing ad dollars in the hopes that it will force Mark Zuckerberg to censor President Trump.
Sen. Ted Cruz is laying out a zero-tolerance policy for Hollywood studios that willingly censor their movies to please Chinese Communist officials, proposing new legislation that will block all federal assistance to the studios behind those film productions.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) accused Hollywood of being “complicit in China’s censorship and propaganda in the name of bigger profits.” He has legislation that would prevent the Pentagon from working with film studios working to accommodate the censorious demands of the Chinese state.
Google-owned video platform YouTube has followed Facebook in saying it will also ban mentions of the name of the alleged Ukraine whistleblower, Eric Ciaramella.
The presidential campaign of former Vice President Joe Biden sent a letter to every major television network, demanding that they keep former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani off the air.
The Charles Koch Institute is working with Soros-funded organizations to combat “online hate.”
Left-wing activists have forced Mastercard to hold a shareholder vote on the creation of a “human rights committee” that would monitor payments to the “far right,” with a view to cut off disfavored individuals and political groups from receiving money from supporters.
Tech companies snuck a provision into USMCA that would entrench their right to censor.