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The decision appears to have come just two days after President Trump praised the Big Tech giants as "MAGA."
From The Hill:
YouTube has removed a video from its platform that shows Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) stating on the Senate floor the name of a person who conservative media have suggested is the whistleblower whose complaint triggered the impeachment inquiry of President Trump.Though Sen Paul's response above was solid, he had an extremely weak response during a conference call on Thursday, as Breitbart reports:
"I'm not for censoring YouTube, they're a private company, they can do what they want, but they should not be above criticism and they should not pretend to actually be for expansive speech," Paul said on a conference call with reporters on Thursday.Telling Big Tech to respect the First Amendment is not "censorship."
It's Big Tech and the Big Banks which are engaging in censorship by banning people from the new public square, assigning them social credit scores and closing their bank accounts for their legally protected speech.
Until conservatives get this through their heads they're just going to continue to be steamrolled.
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