Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter, campaigned for Net Neutrality, claiming it was “indispensable to free expression”. To show his dedication to free expression, Twitter now is on a roll banning prominent right-wing figures. [The Trump administration said that net neutrality rules needed to be abandoned so the FCC would have the authority to prevent content providers like Twitter from censoring commentary. Now we get to see if the FCC actually will follow through on this promise. So far, not word.] -GEG
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey oversaw the banning of a host of right-wing figures on Monday, from American Renaissance’s Jared Taylor to Britain First’s Jayda Fransen, whose videos of Muslims attacking people President Trump recently retweeted.
Paul Golding of Britain First was also banned, as well as Hunter Wallace of Occidental Dissent, Generation Identity, The Traditionalist Workers Party, Michael Hill of The League Of The South and many others.
Kimberly Guilfoyle, a former prosecutor, Fox News commentator, and the ex-wife of Newsom, said that the Governor’s action created a threat to public safety, and was a slap in the face to victims, their families, and law enforcement who put them away.
George Soros has spent over $13.4-million on district attorney races in local governments. Without passing a single law, a DA prosecutor can remake a city’s justice system. Philadelphia’s DA is undermining the existing legal system because it is ‘racist’, and the homicide rate has risen 12%.
The former Google engineer said that anything from a change in the weather to a lack of understanding complex human behavior could throw the robots off course and that they always should be controlled by humans. [There is no suggestion in the article that Google is involved in the
A dozen suspected gang members are accused of preying on drunk people and robbing them. Robberies are up 53% this year in central downtown Minneapolis and, in one 20-day stretch, 47 people were attacked, most of them by pack hunters.
Democrats want to remove guns and ammunition from individuals deemed as dangerous by any anonymous, unaccountable person, but it would not include the already existing lists of violent gang members. This is further evidence that Congress has no interest in reducing violence in America.
Edawn Coughman is accused of staging a fake hate crime by spraying nazi and racist graffiti on his restaurant in hopes of making an insurance claim and possibly to garner public sympathy. His truck had several television sets with brackets and drywall still attached.
The Houthis have claimed responsibility but, since Iran is a ally of the Houthis and since the drones used in the attack may have come from Iran, the Saudis are putting the blame on Iran. The NeoCons and WarHawks in Washington are calling for war.
Duterte invited citizens to shoot and injure, but not kill, any public officials they witness taking bribes, promising immunity from prosecution. Duterte, a former mayor and prosecutor, was careful to distinguish tokens of gratitude from bribes.
Nigerian-born rap artist Jesse Ekene Nweke Conable called for his fans to “shoot” white people if they insult a black person or their family. He commented that blacks will “become number one and take over these whites.”
George W. Bush dragged his feet 441 days before finally establishing the 9/11 Commission. He originally appointed Henry Kissinger until he was challenged by the families of 9/11 victims to provide the client list to his political consulting business.
Most mainstream media reports have omitted Rodriguez’ testimony that the first impact he felt was from the basement, six seconds before the plane hit the top of the building. Hundreds of other people reported hearing explosions before the buildings came down, highly suggestive of controlled demolition.
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Germany fined a 62-year old woman $1,520 for sharing a humorous anti-migrant picture on Facebook. This is part of government’s ongoing policy to censor public criticism of the current immigration program. The left-wing group called Anti-Fascist Action, or Antifa, sent the woman death threats.
Gustav Kasselstrand, the leader of the right-wing Alternative For Sweden party, was reported by police for “hate speech” after he gave a speech about deporting migrants who have committed crimes in his country.
ark Zuckrberg of Facebook called for governments to regulate speech, which does not target illegal content, but targets “harmful” content that is constitutionally protected. He said that speech on “divisive political issues,” such as mass immigration should be shut down by the government.