IMPORTANT! Trump Finally Takes Notice. Wakens to Threat of Big Tech Censorship of Conservative Political Speech

Elder Patriot Tucker Carlson outlined the threat that censorship of political discussion poses to our freedoms.

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Unfortunately, members of the mainstream media are just fine with it.  That should tell you all you’ll ever need to know about those fascist lackeys.

Our websites are among those who have been separated from the herd of the acceptable because of our commentary.

I challenge anyone to look back at our words and point to a danger we pose.

We can’t say we weren’t warned.  Almost four years ago Matt Drudge used the term “electronic gulag” to describe the free speech prisons conservative were to be separated from the rest of society by.

The reach of our Facebook Pages has been throttled by 95%.

Sadly, Conservative find that Democrats and Decepticon Republicans are aligned with social media in favoring censorship as the way to protect their interests.

D.C. politicians, bought and paid for by multinational corporations, international banking interests, Wall Street, the Chamber of Commerce and the Business Roundtable, view populists and Trump supporters as their enemy that must be defeated lest their march toward world economic domination be interrupted.

On Thursday, Paul Joseph Watson, also banished by Facebook, posted a prescient video to Twitter explaining the political intent of the social media censors – prevent the re-election of Donald Trump.

Then, amazingly, Trump retweeted PJW’s message sending a lifeline of hope to those who still believe in the importance of the First Amendment.

Hopefully, Trump realizes that voices like ours, many that have since been rendered silent, were instrumental in his election.

Hopefully, he realizes that his use of Twitter is but one piece of the social media mosaic that got his message out.

Hopefully, he sees this as more than just an inconvenience for conservative pundits but as an existential threat to their, and his his, existence.

Hopefully, it’s not too late.