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From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon10/31/21 7:23 AM 
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October 31, 2021

        Recommended: Click on the link to watch the Sovren video.

'SOVREN' New Social Media Platform That Cannot Be Censored By Big Tech Launches Today

As the government attempts to force the public to comply with medical tyranny and lockdowns, big tech is doubling down on censorship, configuring algorithms to bury information surrounding the coronavirus and vaccines.

In 2020, tech giants brazenly censored a sitting President of the United States with no repercussions, making it abundantly clear they are tied to the hip of the Democrat Party.

An end to Big Tech’s control over digital information flow is nowhere in sight amid politicians’ empty threats of antitrust legislation.

But a video, live-streaming and social media platform that champions free speech and cannot be taken down by big tech may be a game-changer.

The new platform, Sovren, is not only “a place of refuge for free thinkers,” but it is the first social media platform built on invincible blockchain technology, explains Sovren founder Ben Swann.

 
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From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon11/1/21 4:11 AM 
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November 1, 2021

        "Levine was sworn in to her new position earlier this week and was promptly labeled “the first-ever female” four-star admiral to serve in the US government."

"China is Laughing at Us:" Twitter Suspends Rep. Jim Banks and Censors Marjorie Taylor Greene for Pointing Out That "The First-Ever Female 4 Star Admiral," Rachel Levine, is a Man

This week, Twitter cracked down on two sitting US House Representatives for factually acknowledging that Biden’s assistant health secretary of the HHS – Rachel Levine – was a man for almost 50 years, and shouldn’t be labeled as the “first female anything.”  She lived the majority of his entire life as a man before transitioning in her late 40’s.

Levine was sworn in to her new position earlier this week and was promptly labeled “the first-ever female” four-star admiral to serve in the US government.

Reps Banks (R-IN) and Greene (R-GA) took a stand for women when they sent their tweets, pointing out that attributing the title of the first female anything to Levine would be a hindrance to furthering equal rights for women. Even for old white men, if they meet the qualifications, so the Twitter speech police quickly sprung into action to censor the lawmaker’s statements.

Rep. Greene wrote on Twitter that “A dude who lived the first 50 years of his life as a man isn’t the first female anything” and followed it up by pointing out the fact that, thanks to all of this woke BS, Communist China is laughing at us.

Twitter immediately censored the tweet but allowed it to stay up. Likes, retweets, and comments are no longer allowed on the post and the platform added a banner that reads “This tweet violated the Twitter rules about hateful conduct. However, Twitter has determined that it may be in the public’s interest for the Tweet to remain accessible.”

The Tweet was censored instead of removed because the congress member’s post falls under the platform’s policy regarding public figures, which allows tweets to remain up even if it violates other policies if the account is held by a “current or potential member of a local, state, national, or supra-national governmental or legislative body.”

Apparently, this ‘public figure’ policy only applies to hand-picked cases. As we saw with President Trump when he was still in office. The selective nature of their policy was proven once again this week when Rep. Banks sent out a similar tweet to Greene’s, but instead of being censored, the lawmaker was locked out of his Twitter account and cannot get back in unless he deletes his tweet about Rachel Levine.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon11/15/21 4:37 AM 
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November 15, 2021

       Did it ever occur to you that many (most) Native Americans WANT their names and images to be used? For example, that the WANT Washington to use the "Washington Redskins" because they don't want their memories to be wiped out on the pages of so-called political correctness.

Native American Lawsuit Challenges Colorado Ban On Native American “Mascots” As Discriminatory

The banning of Native American (American Indian) depictions for sports teams gets a lot of press, most famously the Washington Redskins renaming themselves the Washington Football Team.

There’s a side to this issue that I had not thought of, but is argued in a lawsuit just filed in Colorado. That when the government is involved in such name bans, it is discrimination against American Indians because it deprives them of the ability to have things named after them. It is, according to the argument, the worst form of cultural appropriation, more like cultural depravation.

In Colorado in 2021, legislation was passed banning the use of American Indian mascots, broadly defined. Now the law is being challenged in a lawsuit filed on November 2, 2021, on behalf of the Native American Guardians Association (NAGA) and individuals by the Mountain States Legal Foundation, which summarizes the case on its website~~~~~~~~~~~ 

The website also lays out the reasoning: Colorado lawmakers in 2021 banned public schools from using Native American names or imagery for sports team names or “mascots,” based on the presumption that all such representations are demeaning and derogatory, if not blatantly racist, and must therefore be retroactively erased or banned from future use….

As it turns out, not all Native Americans support the law as written. The Native American Guardians Association supports the respectful use of Native American names and imagery in certain instances, and it fears that erasing all such imagery and iconography could also erase Native American history from school grounds. The group is troubled enough by the law’s free speech and equal protection implications, and they are challenging its Constitutionality on those grounds. There’s no question that many American Indian-themed “mascots” and team names can be demeaning. But not all of them are or were.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon11/22/21 4:16 AM 
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November 22, 2021

         "The lawsuit, filed on Nov. 4, said that the suspension in September was in violation of the student’s constitutional right to free speech and the New Hampshire Bill of Rights because he expressed his religious beliefs,"

          Stating that there are "two genders" does not require religious belief.

Student suspended for 'only two genders' comment sues school

A New Hampshire student-athlete is suing his school district after he was suspended from a football game for allegedly expressing his view that there are “only two genders.”

The lawsuit, filed on Nov. 4, said that the suspension in September was in violation of the student’s constitutional right to free speech and the New Hampshire Bill of Rights because he expressed his religious beliefs, The Portsmouth Herald reported.

The plaintiff is also aiming to prohibit enforcing Exeter High School’s gender-nonconforming student’s policy because of what he says is its infringement on his First Amendment rights.

The policy says that students have the right to be addressed by a name and pronoun that relates to a student’s gender identity. It also reprimands students who intentionally and repeatedly refuse to respect another student’s gender identity.

According to the lawsuit, the suspended student had been involved in conversations surrounding Spanish language pronouns on the bus. A female student who overheard the conversation said there were more than two genders, to which the suspended student argued that there was not.

Soon after the bus incident, the lawsuit stated that the two students got into a text exchange about gender identity. Those texts were given to the administration which resulted in the one-day suspension.

But the lawsuit claims that EHS administrators did not have the right to suspend the student because his text messages, initiated by another student, were sent while off campus.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member IconNov-29 4:53 AM 
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November 29, 2021

Kyle Rittenhouse Searches Blocked by Google

Google has no apparent interest in helping users purchase merchandise related to Kyle Rittenhouse, who on Friday was found by a jury to have acted in self-defense when he shot and killed two men in Wisconsin last summer.

The Big Tech titan has other plans for people seeking to buy items such as shirts related to the 18-year-old. If you conduct a Google search for "Kyle Rittenhouse shirts" under the shopping tab, you’re met with a message that reads: “Your search – Kyle Rittenhouse shirts – did not match any shopping results.”

There are, of course, numerous shirts which are available for purchase to support the teen who has become the face of self-defense against mob violence — if you dig deeper.

Google’s bias against Rittenhouse is more apparent when other searches are performed. For example, in just a few clicks, a search for “Che Guevara shirts” yields numerous ads where you can buy items with the face of the communist killer on websites such as eBay and Etsy.

Google takes you straight there, as it does when you search for shirts containing the likeness of murderous Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin. In both other searches and numerous others, Google offers entire pages of shopping for Guevara, Stalin, Mao Zedong and other heroes of the far left.

Furthermore, a Google search in the news tab of “Rittenhouse” Saturday puts coverage of the teen’s trial from ultra-liberal CNN at the very top.

The treatment of the teen by Google is, of course, no surprise to people who have witnessed the way he has been treated by Big Tech from the beginning.

Some social media users were actually blocked from defending the teen last summer when he shot Joseph Rosenbaum, Anthony Huber, and Gaige Grosskreutz in self-defense during a riot. Facebook and Twitter both prevented Rittenhouse from being portrayed as anything but a killer after he was arrested last year.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member IconDec-6 4:24 AM 
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December 6, 2021

       "Stated another way, the term “rapist” came to connote persons who rape. Such a connotation offended such persons and the bureaucracy that caters to them. Hence the modern non-judgmental and non-insulting term, “sex offender.”

https://theaspenbeat.com/2021/11/26/colorado-plans-to-cancel-the-phrase-sex-offender-because-it-offends-sex-offenders/

Colorado plans to cancel the phrase “sex offender” because it offends sex offenders

Some 20,000 sex criminals in Colorado get “treatment” from the state Sex Offender Management Board, or “SOMB.” It’s a big bureaucracy with layers of committees and “work groups.”

Rapists treated by the SOMB are of course not called “rapists.” In fact, that term appears nowhere on the big SOMB website. It was banned years ago because it became associated with criminals who coercively, forcibly and sometimes violently prey sexually upon others – persons who commit what we used to call “rape.”

Stated another way, the term “rapist” came to connote persons who rape. Such a connotation offended such persons and the bureaucracy that caters to them. Hence the modern non-judgmental and non-insulting term, “sex offender.”

But the SOMB now considers even “sex offender” too injurious to the feelings of sex offenders. That’s because “sex offender” has come to connote persons who . . . well . . . coercively, forcibly and sometimes violently prey sexually upon others – persons who commit what we used to call “rape.” Parts of the SOMB website now refer to such persons as “clients.”

Having eradicated rape in Colorado by semantic decree, the SOMB now has time on its hands and wants to formalize its semantics. It wants to adopt a new name for persons who . . . well . . . you know. The new name is “client.” ~~~~~~~~~~~

These semantics games are what the left does. Looters cannot be called “looters” anymore because “looters” has become associated with people who loot. Looters have feelings, and those feelings get hurt when they’re called “looters” for looting. Because criminals who vote usually vote Democrat, the Dems want to spare them hurt feelings.

 

 
From: Impeach Xo Bai Den!! (ducky1988) DelphiPlus Member IconDec-6 10:27 AM 
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Swirling further down the drain...

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member IconDec-7 8:25 AM 
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December 7, 2021

        “America is ready for TRUTH Social, a platform that will not discriminate on the basis of political ideology."

Trump Announces $1 Billion ‘PIPE’ Investment in New Media And Technology Group

President Donald Trump has announced a staggering $1 billion of investment in his new social media company that’s expected to take on Big Tech in 2022.

Trump’s new company, Trump Media & Technology Group Corp. (TMTG), announced it has received a commitment of $1B from an unidentified “diverse group of institutional investors.”

TMTG’s partner, Digital World Acquisition Corp. (DWAC), said that it received “subscription agreements for $1 billion in committed capital” that would be received once TMTG and Digital World are combined.

“$1 billion sends an important message to Big Tech that censorship and political discrimination must end,” Trump said in a statement.

“America is ready for TRUTH Social, a platform that will not discriminate on the basis of political ideology.

“As our balance sheet expands, TMTG will be in a stronger position to fight back against the tyranny of Big Tech.

“I am confident that TMTG can effectively deploy this capital to accelerate and strengthen the execution of its business, including by continuing to attract top talent, hire top technology providers, and roll out significant advertising and business development campaigns,” Digital World CEO and Chairman Patrick Orlando said.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member IconDec-8 8:11 AM 
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December 8, 2021

Congressman Devin Nunes will say goodbye to Washington, hello to Trump media company

Rep. Devin Nunes' 10th term in Congress will be his last as the high-ranking Republican announced he will retire at the end of the year. 

The retirement announcement comes as the non-partisan California Citizens Redistricting Commission has proposed redrawing Nunes' district from a heavily Republican-leaning district to a Democrat-leaning district. 

Nunes has served in the House since 2003. He is the ranking member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and a member of the Ways and Means Committee.

The Tulare native will exit the House of Representatives after he was "presented with a new opportunity to fight for the most important issues I believe in."

"I'm writing to let you know I’ve decided to pursue this opportunity, and therefore will be leaving the House of Representatives at the end of 2021,” an emailed statement to his constituents reads. “I will deeply miss being your congressman. It’s been the honor of a lifetime to represent you, and I thank you for the trust you put in me through all these years."

That opportunity will come as the CEO at former President Donald Trump's new media company, which is launching a social media platform called TruthSocial. The platform will "provide an outlet that encourages open global conversation without discrimination against political ideology," according to a press release.

"Congressman Devin Nunes is a fighter and a leader," Trump said in a statement. "Devin understands that we must stop the liberal media and Big Tech from destroying the freedoms that make America great. America is ready for TRUTH Social and the end to censorship and political discrimination."

Nunes represents California's 22nd Congressional District that covers Tulare and Fresno counties in the Republican-leaning San Joaquin Valley. He assured his supporters that he does not plan to disappear from the public eye.

“Rest assured, I have not, by any means, given up our collective fight—I'll just be pursuing it through other means," Nunes' statement read.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member IconDec-10 8:45 AM 
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December 10, 2021

       "The company will now become the main tech service provider for the much anticipated new platform, providing some much-needed infrastructure support that will be crucial in Trump’s efforts to unseat the main players in Big Tech."

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/12/rumble-announces-distribution-deal-trumps-truth-social-new-partnership-looks-take-direct-shot-youtube/

Rumble Announces Distribution Deal With Trump’s TRUTH Social; New Partnership Looks to Take Direct Shot At Youtube

On Monday, Howard Lutnick, the CEO of Rumble’s parent company Cantor Fitzgerald, announced that the streaming service has worked out a distribution deal with President Donald Trump's "TRUTH" social media.

The company will now become the main tech service provider for the much anticipated new platform, providing some much-needed infrastructure support that will be crucial in Trump’s efforts to unseat the main players in Big Tech. 

“Truth and the 45th president are going to use Rumble’s infrastructure, their technology, their cloud distribution capability, so they are going to be a service provider, a tech provider to the president’s Truth Social.”

The new deal with Rumble is just the latest win for Trump’s new social media endeavor, and it comes right on the heels of TRUTH Social securing a lofty one billion dollar investment just last week.

This platform can not get released fast enough. Put the warp speed on this thing!

From Trump’s announcement on securing the funding:

“$1 billion sends an important message to Big Tech that censorship and political discrimination must end.

America is ready for TRUTH Social, a platform that will not discriminate on the basis of political ideology.”

Now, he’s adding even more firepower.

The difference has made the switch for people a no-brainer, according to Lutnick.

“What this is, is people with political ideology being asked to leave YouTube, comedians are now coming over, gamers are coming over. It’s a broad group of people don’t want to be censored.

They want to be able to speak their minds, speak their truths, and speak their opinions. So I think Rumble, which is neutral down the middle, I think it’s going to get a huge following of people who just want to speak their minds.”

 

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