WOW! So far, over the last two trading periods, Facebook and Twitter have collectively wiped out $51.2 Billion in combined market value since the banning of the President of the United States from their platforms. Meanwhile, the removal of Trump supporters from their platforms continues with no end in sight. This time, however, the big tech bullies who have been working for years to demote and remove conservative content from their platforms while simultaneously pretending to be unbiased social media platforms have finally crossed the line.
Without any clear evidence of their claims, oligarchs Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook CEO, and Jack Dorsey, Twitter CEO, blamed President Trump for the violence that took place on January 6 inside the nation’s Capitol building in Washington DC. Mark Zuckerberg came out with an arrogant public statement to explain Facebook’s decision to put a muzzle on the President of the United States until after the election. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey made a public statement where he explained that President Trump is banned for life from his highly censored social media platform. Dorsey also defended the actions of monopolies Google, Amazon, and Apple after they went out of their way to harm the free-speech alternative, Parler, from taking followers by the millions from Facebook and Twitter.
We responded to Jack Dorsey’s weak statement on banning the President of the United States.
You didn't just BAN the President of the United States, you started the beginning of the end of totalitarian social media platforms like @Twitter and Facebook.
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— 100% FED UP! (@100PercFEDUP) January 14, 2021
Please don’t allow these social media oligarchs to strip Americans of their rights to free speech and free thought…follow us on our alternative FREE SPEECH social media platforms. Let’s support the social media platforms that support the First Amendment.
Parler is currently fighting an attack by monopolies like Google, Apple, who have removed the Parler apps from their stores, and Amazon, who removed them from their servers for the crime of refusing to censor their “community members.”