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TWITTER FILES: The Tucker Carlson Censorship Edition

[NOTE: This article may contain commentary reflecting the views of the author.]

With the Biden administration, Big Tech, and Big Pharma working hand-in-glove to protect the regime narrative and shut down all dissent, it should come as no surprise that they looked for ways to silence Tucker Carlson.

For our government to coordinate such action against a journalist critical of government policy would be an obvious violation of the First Amendment. They would never do such a thing, right?

There was a time, not so long ago, when that sort of naive optimism would be understandable. But not anymore.

Today we have one side of the political aisle raging against deep-state actors subverting free speech and the other side of the political aisle justifying that same behavior as a necessary safeguard for free speech.

Yesterday, Trudeau’s Canada just passed the Online Streaming Act (Bill C-11) which puts the internet under the control of the same government bean counters as Canadian television regulators.

The left here would dearly love to see that sort of control here. In fact, the Tucker Carlson Twitter files remind us that they’ve already been doing it on the sly for some time now.

Earlier Twitter files stories have chronicled the interplay between Twitter execs and the White House in the days or weeks following Biden’s swearing-in. There was a massive push for Big Tech to become the enforcement arm of controlling the COVID narrative.

With Twitter execs like Yoel Roth having accepted their defacto role as the ‘deputized’ heavy responsible for shutting down pandemic WrongThink, we see how Twitter 1.0 reacted to factual news reporting by Tucker Carlson.

Yoel gets his own hands dirty here in tweet #7.

As you read, watch for the role Chuck Schumer’s influence plays in this story.

Let’s not forget that, just weeks ago Schumer had the stones to publicly call for Tucker’s removal from FoxNews… and did so from none other than that ‘Sacred Temple of Democracy’ itself — the one for which he claims to be the great defender. As direct an affront as one might imagine to the First Amendment… but crickets from the ‘free’ press.

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Wes Walker

Wes Walker is the author of "Blueprint For a Government that Doesn't Suck". He has been lighting up since its inception in July of 2012. Follow on twitter: @Republicanuck