American Jewish Congress Demands Twitter 'Permanently Ban' Rep. Marjorie Taylor GreeneChris Menahan
Jul. 24, 2021
White House Says Families Must Accept Pain At The Pump to Fight Putin: 'This Is About The Future of The Liberal World Order'
100-Year-Old Veteran Breaks Down Crying: "This is Not The Country We Fought For"
Nude Adults Flash Their Genitals at Children During Seattle Pride March, Police Say It's 'Permissible'
Nearly Half of Murders Now Go Unsolved in America, The Lowest Clearance Rate on Record
NYT Confirms On-The-Ground CIA Agents Are Directing War in Ukraine
The American Jewish Congress is demanding Twitter "permanently ban" Georgia Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene for having political opinions they disagree with, which they claim is a form of violence that puts their lives at risk.
Greene last month took a field trip to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and apologized for drawing parallels to the unpersoning of mask-resisters to the unpersoning of Jews in 1930s Germany but it got her nothing.
From Newsweek, "Twitter Must Ban Marjorie Taylor Greene Over Holocaust, COVID Claims Says AJCongress":
The American Jewish Congress has called on Twitter to permanently ban Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene because she is an "unrepentant misinformation machine" regarding both the Holocaust and COVID-19.Last month, the American Jewish Committee wrote an article in Newsweek calling for Gab to be shut down through the creation of "exceptions" to the First Amendment.
"There are two options for dealing with online platforms that promote hate -- and potential violence -- in our political system," said American Jewish Congress president Jack Rosen. "The first is to ban them. There are precedents in law where exceptions to the First Amendment regarding hate speech exist."
Rosen cited no legal precedent to ban "hate speech" as no such precedent exists.
Nonetheless, Big Tech have instituted such "hate speech" bans on their own thanks to lobbying from groups like the AJC and the Anti-Defamation League.
Follow InformationLiberation on Twitter, Facebook, Gab, Minds, Parler and Telegram.