Yesterday, the founder of Infowars, Alex Jones, confronted Republican Senator Marco Rubio during an interview in Washington DC, over his decision to ignore the censorship of conservatives on social media. While we don’t always agree with the tactics employed by Jones, we do agree that Republican lawmakers need to take the censorship of conservatives on social media seriously.

Today, after months of liberals calling on Twitter and Facebook to delete the accounts of Alex Jones and Infowars, Twitter caved and announced that they are permanently suspending both the Infowars and Alex Jones accounts on their platform. The tweet cited the videos of Jones’ confrontation with a CNN host, as the reason, saying that he violated their “abusive behavior policy”.

Twitter added to their thread of comments that they would also be evaluating “reports” they receive regarding other accounts “potentially associated” with Alex Jones or Infowars.  They threatened to take action if any content that violates their rules is “reported” or if other accounts are utilized in an attempt to circumvent their ban.

Twitter didn’t waste any time suspending the account of the brilliant, and wildly popular, conservative, Paul Joseph Watson, who, although he doesn’t mention it anymore in his profile on Twitter, was previously(?) an editor at Infowars. After Watson posted the video of Alex Jones’ non-violent confrontation with CNN’s Oliver Darcy, who lobbied Youtube and Facebook to shut down Infowars, he was given a 12-hour suspension by Twitter. This is how Silicon Valley bullies operate. They give you a certain time period with which you are able to reflect on your conservative views. If, in that time frame, you are unable to see the errors in your thought process, the next punishment will be much more severe. And if, in the end, you find you are simply unable to conform to the liberal thought process, you will be permanently removed from their social media platforms, regardless of the number of followers you may have. Paul Joseph Watson has just under a million followers who regularly visit his account.

h/t The Gateway Pundit

So, when did Twitter decide to start banning users for posting videos of themselves confronting US lawmakers over issues affecting their livelihood?

And where does Twitter draw the line?

On August 17, 2017, we reported about an investigation by the Secret Service into a Facebook post from Missouri state Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal, in which she stated: “I hope Trump is assassinated!” She deleted her comments after she realized the sh*t-storm she had started by openly calling for the assassination of our president.

Shortly after the news broke about the vile comments the Democrat MO state senator made, “I Hope Trump Is Assassinated” began to trend on Twitter, a social media platform that has been criticized for shutting down conservative and libertarian voices, while allowing leftist hate speech to flourish.

So…it was apparently okay for “I hope Trump is Assassinated” to trend on Twitter:

Only 3 months ago, Melania Trump had to contact the Secret Service about a tweet posted by the liberal activist, and B-actor, Peter Fonda, who called for Twitter users to kidnap, torture and rape of 11-year-old Barron Trump, the son of Melania and Donald Trump:

Peter Fonda’s account is still up and running on Twitter, as are several others who have made threats against our President, his family, and even his supporters.

In March 2017, Paul Joseph created a brilliant video that explained how social media is silencing the voices of conservatives. As usual, he was spot on…


Keep it up, Twitter…soon you’ll be going the way of My Space…

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