Twitter Bans President Trump, Conservative Voices

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America’s most prominent conservative voices reported massive drops in social media followers over the last 72 hours, including Texas Right to Life.

Twitter permanently banned the sitting President of the United States, Donald Trump, on Friday, claiming his tweets incited or glorified violence. Yet, the messages Twitter banned him for (about his supporters continuing to be heard and Trump not attending the inauguration) did not include calls to violence at all.

The tech giant then proceeded to ban thousands upon thousands of conservative users.

“It’s clear that Twitter is wiping out conservative accounts,” Daily Wire columnist Matt Walsh tweeted. “That’s why your follower counts are going down. This is the biggest purge we’ve seen, and not the last.”

Facebook also banned President Trump, preventing him from posting during the remainder of his term. Snapchat and YouTube suspended Trump’s accounts as well.

The free speech social media site Parler skyrocketed to #1 on the Apple App Store after Big Tech’s purge. Now, however, Apple is threatening to remove Parler from the App Store (and Google already has).

Social media is shutting down all alternative sources to information.

Soon, you may not be able to access Pro-Life information on Facebook, Twitter, or Google.

If you are one of the few who will actually see this article in your newsfeed, please share this post with a friend. Big Tech’s algorithms were made to automatically downgrade conservative groups before and after the election.

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