For months, the big tech overlords have indulged in censorship to a degree unseen in American history. Mostly, they have feebly tried to justify their censorship under the guise of preventing the spread of so-called misinformation. Whatever that means.
However, more and more, they are censoring content that has absolutely nothing to do with possible misinformation but everything to do with protecting their preferred political ideology.
Case in point: Twitter and Facebook have taken it upon themselves to prevent the American public from its right to know that Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors has purchased multiple mansions over the past few years.
Why would Twitter and Facebook do such a thing?
According to the New York Post, the nation’s oldest newspaper, the answer is simple: “It’s too dangerous to let Americans read politically inconvenient but accurate reports, varied opinions, and come to a conclusion themselves. Best to tell us what to think.”
I bring up theNew York Post for a reason.