WordPress Censors Journalist and Vaccine Researcher, Jon Rappoport, By Removing His Blog from the Internet

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Jon Rappoport’s popular blog, JonRappoport.wordpress.com, was shut down by WordPress without advance notice or explanation. This is forcing him to collect email addresses in order to share his articles by email. -GEG

Our friend and sometime contributor Jon Rappoport had his blog taken down by WordPress last week. For those who don’t know, WordPress is a blogging software and hosting company that is probably the most ubiquitous on the internet.

Here’s what he had to say about it:

My blog has been taken down!

by Jon Rappoport

This past Saturday, between 2 and 3 PM Eastern Time, WordPress suddenly took down my blog after 10 years of continuous operation.  There was no warning or advance notice of any kind.

This is outright censorship.

We are attempting to restore service to the blog.  Meanwhile, the situation is this:

You can still access the home page of my site, NoMoreFakeNews.com.

On that page, you can order products by clicking on the “Matrix” graphics on the right side of the page.

Please consider forwarding this email to those you know letting them know what happened. They can then go to NoMoreFakeNews.com and sign up for the email list at the upper left of the home page.  They will then get my output of new articles in their email.

I thank you for your support all these years—NoMoreFakeNews has existed for 18 years.  I need that support more than ever at this time.

Make your response to this censorship known to WordPress.

Read full article here…

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