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From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon7/26/21 7:14 AM 
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July 26, 2021


Facebook Suspends User for Doubting Practicality of Masks on Children, Now Social Media Platform Is Facing a Monster Suit

A Facebook user suspended for pushing back against putting masks on children is fighting back.

San Diego Data analyst Justin Hart was sent to three days of Facebook’s version of time-out last week after posting a graphic that threw shade on the merits of putting masks on children as a way to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

The graphic was titled, “Masking children is impractical and not backed by research or real world data,” according to Just the News.

The Liberty Justice Center, which sent Facebook a letter protesting the social media giant’s actions, noted that the graphic was “science-based and contains footnotes to scientific evidence supporting its claims.”

The letter, which said Facebook would be sued if it did not end its ban on Hart, noted that Facebook in the past has censored viewpoints that it disliked and which later were found to be valid.

The letter noted that at one time, Facebook muzzled anyone who advanced the theory that the coronavirus began ravaging the globe because of a leak from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, in Wuhan, China — a point that even the Biden administration has now admitted is possible.

Facebook should “admit its error” and let posts such as Hart’s about masks for children remain available as an “equally valid scientific hypothesis,” the letter said.

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From: WALTER784 DelphiPlus Member Icon7/26/21 11:30 AM 
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It also is the same week that White House spokesperson Jen Psaki said anyone who is banned from Facebook for White House deemed “misinformation” should be banned from all social media platforms

Then how do we find a way for them to ban Psaki?



From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon7/28/21 2:24 PM 
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July 28, 2021

       "The ban was issued just weeks before Arizona’s final audit report is set to come out and as multiple states are getting ready to start audits of their own...Unsurprisingly, Twitter provided no reason for the suspensions."


Breaking: Twitter Suspends All Election Audit ‘War Room’ Accounts; Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers Predicts She Will Be Next

Earlier today Twitter permanently suspended all nine of the official ‘Audit War Room’ accounts from its platform.

The accounts were a main source for breaking updates and were banned as part of big tech’s continued attempt to shield the public from the stunning revelations being found regarding the fraudulent 2020 election.

Unsurprisingly, Twitter provided no reason for the suspensions. 

The ban was issued just weeks before Arizona’s final audit report is set to come out and as multiple states are getting ready to start audits of their own.

The suspended accounts were crucial for exposing voter discrepancies and providing the public with important updates regarding the forensic audits.

Wendy Rogers tweeted the news, warning that she may be the next victim of the Twitter purge to remove any accounts that spread any information on audit findings.

The removal of the accounts happened on the same day that Nancy Pelosi’s sham January 6th witch-hunt Committee kicks off their hearings. Coincidence?

They are clearly threatened by the findings of the audits and are trying to divert attention back to January 6th. There have been multiple discrepancies reported by the auditors, prompting more people to speak up and demand audits in their counties. Americans aren’t buying their lies. 

The Maricopa audit has exposed multiple issues and serious violations by officials in the 2020 election including; 74,000 ballots with no clear chain of custody, 11,000 voters being added to voter rolls AFTER the election, and duplicate ballots. Multiple other states, including Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Georgia, have been inspired to begin similar audits with some already finding discrepancies in their own counties.

Twitter’s permanent removal of these accounts at this time demonstrates that the audit results coming out are right on target. 

And for the record — Twitter removed the official Gateway Pundit account after we posted exclusive video of late-night ballot delivery to the TCF Center in Detroit, Michigan.


From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon7/29/21 8:03 AM 
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July 29, 2021

        "Remember how Big Tech went after Parler earlier this year? This is far more than just banning you from Facebook and Twitter. They will ban you from all services and hosting in order to keep you silent if they disagree with you."


Big Tech to use centralized database to ban ‘extremist content’ across all platforms

Big Tech is putting their war against ‘extremism’ into overdrive by using a centralized database to ban ‘extremist content’.

It appears that each of these Big Tech companies will be adding the content they ban to the database, so that the others can see it and do likewise.

They claim it is about cracking down on “white supremacists and far-right militias”, but we all know it will become much more than that.

REUTERS – A counterterrorism organization formed by some of the biggest U.S. tech companies including Facebook (FB.O) and Microsoft (MSFT.O) is significantly expanding the types of extremist content shared between firms in a key database, aiming to crack down on material from white supremacists and far-right militias, the group told Reuters.

Until now, the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism’s (GIFCT) database has focused on videos and images from terrorist groups on a United Nations list and so has largely consisted of content from Islamist extremist organizations such as Islamic State, al Qaeda and the Taliban.

Over the next few months, the group will add attacker manifestos — often shared by sympathizers after white supremacist violence — and other publications and links flagged by U.N. initiative Tech Against Terrorism. It will use lists from intelligence-sharing group Five Eyes, adding URLs and PDFs from more groups, including the Proud Boys, the Three Percenters and neo-Nazis.

The firms, which include Twitter (TWTR.N) and Alphabet Inc’s (GOOGL.O) YouTube, share “hashes,” unique numerical representations of original pieces of content that have been removed from their services. Other platforms use these to identify the same content on their own sites in order to review or remove it.

While the project helps combat extremist content on mainstream platforms, groups can still post violent images and rhetoric on many other sites and parts of the internet.

The tech group wants to combat a wider range of threats, said GIFCT’s Executive Director Nicholas Rasmussen in an interview with Reuters.

Before you might have been banned on one site but not others. Now it appears they will be sharing this information so that they can all block you and keep your voice silenced.

Let me remind you where we first heard of this idea:

That’s right. Over two weeks ago Biden’s White House suggested it and now Big Tech companies are running to make it happen. How Orwellian.

Remember how Big Tech went after Parler earlier this year? This is far more than just banning you from Facebook and Twitter. They will ban you from all services and hosting in order to keep you silent if they disagree with you.

Also don’t forget the New York Post, who got banned during the election last year for daring to post a bombshell about Joe Biden and his son Hunter. That’s also what this database will be used for and you can take that to the bank. This is Biden’s America.


From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon7/29/21 8:13 AM 
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July 29, 2021

Twitter Suspends Nation Of Islam For Attacking Vaccines, But Not Attacking Jews

The Nation of Islam, an extremist antisemitic group ran by Louis Farrakhan, was banned from Twitter for criticizing mRNA vaccines. Twitter previously declined to ban Farrakhan’s personal account or the group account for their routine harassment of Jewish people.

Twitter moved to ban the account last week after being targeted for promoting “misinformation.” In reaction to the ban, a high-ranking member in the group tweeted, “Unsurprisingly, Twitter, Inc. has suspended The Nation of Islam’s official account: @OfficialNOI.”

A report cited by the White House this month said that 12 Twitter accounts are responsible for 65 percent of supposed anti-vaccine content. One of the 12 listed was Rizza Islam, a Nation of Islam member. While Twitter took action against the group after perpetual mRNA vaccines criticism, it remained silent on its previous anti-semitism.

A Twitter spokesman did not respond to a request for comment.

Nation of Islam has a history of attacking Jews and making incendiary comments. Farrakhan said at a speech in 2018, “the powerful Jews are my enemy” and “white folks are going down. And Satan is going down. And Farrakhan, by God’s grace, has pulled the cover off of that Satanic Jew and I’m here to say your time is up, your world is through.”

In 2018, Farrakhan tweeted a video clip of a speech where he compared Jews to termites and called them stupid. He captioned the video: “I’m not an anti-Semite. I’m anti-Termite.”

Even though his tweet violated Twitter’s policy around “dehumanizing” tweets, which specifically includes “comparing groups to animals and viruses (animalistic),” a Twitter spokesperson told BuzzFeed News the rules were not yet taken effect at the time of the tweet, so Farrakhan’s language was not in violation of any extant policy. Farrakhan is still on the platform as of this writing.

Several Democrats have previously held ties to the radical group, such as House Majority Whip James Clyburn, D-S.C., who was on a stage in 2011 with Farrakhan. In 2018, Rep. Danny Davis, D-Ill., called Farrakhan “an outstanding human being” who “does outstanding things.”

Another notable Farrakhan ally is Democrat Georgia Sen. Raphael Warnock, who said in 2013 his group’s “voice has been important for the development of Black theology.” Warnock’s office did not respond to a request for comment.

The black nationalist group and its leader frequently tweet offensive content. Farrakhan once said, “The FBI has been the worst enemy of Black advancement” and “The Jews have control over those agencies of government.”


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August 1, 2021


GOP Fights Back: House Republicans Launch Massive Assault Against Big Tech, Unveil 32 Bills

House Republicans launched an effort to rein in Big Tech’s growing tyranny with an onslaught of new bills in a massive push to fight back against online censorship.

Republicans in the House Energy and Commerce Committee unveiled a package of 32 bills to hold Big Tech accountable by reforming Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, protecting children and improving transparency, among other goals. “Big Tech has broken our trust that they can be good and responsible stewards of their platforms,” said Ranking Member Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA).

McMorris Rodgers did note that “the goal is for these drafts is to lead to concrete legislation and reforms. The Committee is asking for stakeholder and public engagement on these draft bills as part of their thoughtful process in their Big Tech Accountability platform to drive meaningful change.”

Twelve of the bills aimed to reform Section 230. The proposed reforms were directed at “Preserving Constitutionally Protected Speech,” and removing liability protections in cases involving child exploitation, doxxing, and terrorism.

Nine bills addressed content moderation practices of Big Tech companies. One bill, “Content Moderation on Child Trafficking,” would “require companies to implement reasonable content moderation practices to address child trafficking.” Another bill, “Lawful Content Protection,” aimed “to prevent companies from blocking or preventing access to lawful content, as well as degrading or impairing access to such content.”

Other bills aimed to protect the mental health of children online and provide additional accountability for Big Tech companies. The “Mental Health Impact Disclosure” bill, for example, would “require companies to disclose the mental health impact [of] their products and services on children.” 

Republicans in the Energy and Commerce Committee understand the dangers that Big Tech censorship poses for Americans. “Guided by our Big Tech Accountability Platform, we are releasing discussion draft bills for Big Tech to be transparent, uphold American values for free speech, and stop their abuse of power that is harming our children,” said McMorris Rodgers in a press release.


From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member IconAug-4 8:04 AM 
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August 4, 2021

       “Smart people are being silenced so stupid people won’t be offended.”

       While that is a sensational quote, my personal opinion is that smart people are being censored because evil people do not want to lose their power or go to jail.


Sky News: “Smart people are being silenced so stupid people won’t be offended.”

As YouTube’s fascist suspension of Sky News Australia continues, we advise readers to follow the skynews.com.au website.

Sky News host Alan Jones said the challenge to free speech “is real” and “we don’t seem to have a leader anywhere to defend it. Now the good news, you can find all our material, and tell your friends, on the skynews.com.au website.”

“We live in a time when smart people are being silenced so that stupid people won’t be offended.”

Sky News host Sharri Markson, who was key to uncovering the complicity between Dr. Anthony Fauci, the NIH, the Wuhan Institute of Virology, the Chinese Communist Party and the WHO, said that research done at the Wuhan Institute of Virology was “incredibly risky.”

“It was genetically modifying coronaviruses – in some cases it was gain-of-function experiments to make the viruses even more transmissible,” Mrs. Markson said.

Banned on YouTube – Watch Sharri Markson here!

“The general discussion at the moment has put the timeframe for the origins of the virus as November or December,” Markson told Sky News host Andrew Bolt. “When in fact the conclusion I reach in my book and again what this Republican congressional report found as well, is that the likely timeframe for the first outbreak is actually September. And there is a lot of evidence for that September timeframe as when the virus first emerged.”


From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member IconAug-5 7:24 AM 
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August 5, 2021

       "Piper pointed out to Just the News that "every mandate has a medical exemption."


Twitter unlocks JTN reporter's account after CDC said his COVID vaccine tweet was correct

The CDC states that "some people should not get certain vaccines."

Twitter on Wednesday unlocked the account of a Just the News reporter after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the COVID-19 tweet in question was indeed correct. 

The tweet Tuesday night stated a well established medical fact – one backed by the CDC – that not everyone should be injected with vaccines. 

Reporter Greg Piper tweeted, "Vaccines are not safe for everyone."

The post also linked to a report by the higher education news website the College Fix detailing Brigham Young University's refusal to grant an exception to its vaccine mandate for a student with a potentially complicating medical condition. 

Piper's appended remark is backed up by CDC guidance, which stipulates that "some people should not get certain vaccines or should wait before getting them."

Piper pointed out to Just the News that "every mandate has a medical exemption."

"I've appealed [the suspension], but Twitter is not letting me use direct messages, as it promised," he said. "It told me to delete the tweet and then my 12-hour lockout can start, but unless I delete the tweet, the appeal continues and has no deadline."

CDC spokesman Tom Skinner on Wednesday confirmed the agency's guidance on the risks that some individuals face from vaccines.

"If you have had a severe allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) or an immediate allergic reaction, even if it was not severe, to any ingredient in an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine (such as polyethylene glycol), you should not get an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine," he told Just the News. 

Twitter did not immediately respond to a request for comment on what appeared to be a ban for reciting a medical fact backed up by the CDC.

The social media company earlier this year vowed to combat what it called "vaccine misinformation" on its page. 


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August 6, 2021

      "The bill imposes a daily $250,000 fine on media companies that suspend the accounts of political candidates and requires companies to be transparent with their content-moderation practices."


Florida Gov. DeSantis signs bill holding social media platforms accountable for online censorship

The bill imposes daily fine $250,000 on media companies that suspend accounts of political candidates.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed legislation Monday that cracks down on social media censorship and how big tech gathers user information.

The bill imposes a daily $250,000 fine on media companies that suspend the accounts of political candidates and requires companies to be transparent with their content-moderation practices. 

"One of their major missions seems to be suppressing ideas that are either inconvenient to the narrative or which they personally disagree with," the Republican governor said.

Leading conservatives, Republicans including former President Trump, and others have repeatedly argued that platforms like Facebook and Twitter censure and block their content. 

DeSantis signed the bill at Florida International University, in Miami ,with free speech advocates including Project Veritas' James O'Keefe by his side. The legislation was first introduced to the state's Senate on April 1 and was altered and approved by both chambers on April 29. 

"Social media platforms that unfairly censor, shadow ban, de-platform, or apply post-prioritization algorithms to Florida candidates, Florida users, or Florida residents are not acting in good faith," the bill reads. "The state has a substantial interest in protecting its residents from inconsistent and unfair actions by social media platforms."

Users must be notified if their content is banned or censored including when posts are labeled as 'false information' or 'disputed' and users also have the ability to sue tech companies for violating the new law.


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