Tucker Carlson accuses those trying to calm fears about the coronavirus vaccine of being "patronizing" and attacks social media companies for censoring disinformation.
The right-wing "free speech" site, to which whiny conservatives fled once Twitter and Facebook began limiting their ability to spread lies, is doing some censoring of its own, it would appear.
Fox's Brian Kilmeade and The New York Post's Karol Markowicz complain about social media companies supposedly giving the Biden campaign an "in kind" political donation by censoring their b.s. Hunter Biden laptop hit job, when Fox is a 24/7 in kind donation to the Trump campaign.
WHO KNEW that actual news photographs that have run in mainstream media for the past four years-- documenting what is actually happening in #TrumpsAmerica would be considered "SHOCKING CONTENT!"?
Seriously? Yes, The White House banned audio and video recordings at a Coronavirus briefing.
The Archives later apologized, but many are calling for answers about who ordered this very political move and why.
Conservatives are determined to control social media by complaining that they're being censored. Even Pat Robertson is in on the action.
We knew from the start Trump loves him some Roy Cohn techniques. Now he wants TV stations to punish his political critics by keeping them off the air.
Before Kevin McCarthy registers as a Konservative Keyboard Kommando, (see what I did there?) he might want to press F1 for help.
If this trend was favoring "small government" Republicans, we'd never hear of it.
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