Twitter Busted For Censoring President Trump’s Tweets

That awkward moment when Twitter is no more open to political diversity than Communist China.

If you were wondering why those ‘Fake News’ social media watchdogs were a bad idea, look no further than this.

One guy has his Twitter feed open.

He scrolls down, clicking like… Like… Like… Like — right on down the list.

The little red hearts light up, one after another. But look what happens when he gets to Trump’s tweet.

This can’t be accidental.

After a second, the like disappears. Repeatedly.

The OTHER ones stayed up.

Is it such a coincidence that Trump’s numbers were suppressed, considering that Silicon Valley and social media are being run by elite Leftists?

Especially considering the egg they had on their face after Trump’s CNN wrestling tweet was one of the biggest tweets Twitter had ever had.

If you feel the need to suppress opinions you disagree with, you might want to check if your balls have dropped yet. Because that’s not a particularly manly trait.

If that’s you, get your hands on this book, stat. If someone you know supports internet censorship, they should read this too.

It’s a quick read.

 

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