Yesterday, Geller Report and other Conservative sites were completely scrubbed from Google search. Gone. Like we never happened.
Google scrambled to explain – calling it a “glitch.” But those of us on the receiving end of Google’s systematic silencing know this is common practice. Google has been scrubbing us for years.
Apparently, there is not enough censorship on social media for these craven coward corporations. Cowardly corporations are digging their own graves (and ours.)
Part of me is enjoying starving these social media channels. The worm turns on those who blocked and banned us but this whole cancel environment is ruinous and Orwellian. It’s Mao and Stalin.
“As a group, businessmen have been withdrawing for decades from the ideological battlefield, disarmed by the deadly combination of altruism and Pragmatism. Their public policy has consisted in appeasing, compromising and apologizing: appeasing their crudest, loudest antagonists; compromising with any attack, any lie, any insult; apologizing for their own existence. Abandoning the field of ideas to their enemies, they have been relying on lobbying, i.e., on private manipulations, on pull, on seeking momentary favors from government officials. Today, the last group one can expect to fight for capitalism is the capitalists.”
“The Moratorium on Brains,”
The Ayn Rand Letter
Only in leftist America is what Zuckerbertg said “outrageous” and “controversial.” Political speech is the most protected speech under the first amendment (not the second, third, or fourth but the first). It is the foundation of our constitutional republic.
Fascists like Nancy Pelosi are unhinged. She lashed out at Mark Zuckerberg saying Zuckerberg ‘panders to the White House’ to avoid taxes, regulations.”
It took years but finally we have a President who is taking action.
Google must be broken up. They own YouTube. We are under siege by big tech authoritarians. The idea of limiting media monopolies is not new. “Beginning in 1975, FCC rules banned cross-ownership by a single entity of a daily newspaper and television or radio broadcast station operating in the same market.” The ruling was put in place to limit media concentration in TV and radio markets, because they use public airwaves. The technology changed but the objective is the same. The FCC designed rules to make sure that there is a diversity of voices and opinions on the airwaves. That diversity no longer exists.