While I am no fan of the group VDARE, they have filed a very interesting lawsuit against PayPal. During May of 2017, the group had their PayPal account terminated for no reason and, most likely, under false pretenses. During February of this year, The Wall Street Jounral reported that PayPal partnered with the far-left Southern…
Stefan Molyneux of Freedomain Radio responds to the New York Times article attacking YouTubers for making arguments on the internet.
Youtube accuses Crowder of engaging in egregious actions that harmed the broader community with his videos. The Intercept co-founding editor Glenn Greenwald reacts on Tucker Carlson Tonight.
Journalist Tim Pool was interviewed by Steve Crowder discussing social media’s war against the political Right and the tactics Leftists use to intimidate companies in order to de-platform or stigmatize their opponents. PICTURE CREDIT: By Unknown – book La Guillotine en 1793 by H. Fleischmann (1908), Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=11471992
Independent journalist Tim Pool points out what might be the motivations behind YouTube’s massive censorship efforts, including and especially targeting content the company deems unacceptable based on their new content policies. This the result of efforts by Vox journalist Carlos Maza who conducted an online harassment campaign of conservative talk show host Steven Crowder.
Alex Jones from InfoWars joins Newsmax‘s John Bachman to talk about Facebook’s decision to ban users they deem controversial, such as Alex Jones and other conservative and libertarian pages.
On Friday, The Guardian reported that that YouTube and Facebook‘s algorithms are promoting anti-vaccine content on their platforms. A search on Facebook for vaccination reveals that many of the top autofill suggestions are for anti-vaccination, vaccine re-education, or the Vaccine Information Network (VIN). Groups, like the VIN, have thousands of members and spreads false and…