Big Tech just silenced a Navy Seal for this infuriating reason

Big Tech’s censorship is completely out of hand.

Even patriotic veterans are in their crosshairs.

And Big Tech just silenced a Navy Seal for this infuriating reason.

In Missouri, the retirement of incumbent Republican senator Roy Blunt created a crowded, messy GOP Primary.

An open Senate seat in an increasingly Republican state saw six major Republicans get in the race.

One of the candidates was former Missouri governor and Navy Seal Eric Greitens who earned the endorsement of Donald Trump, Jr.

The race is wide open with most polls showing the main candidates closely bunched together.

Greitens is running as a pro-Trump conservative outsider pledging to vote against Mitch McConnell for Senate Majority Leader.

His latest campaign ad brought the hammer down from Big Tech along with outrage from Democrats and establishment Republicans.

The ad shows Greitens, a former Navy Seal, with a shotgun proclaiming that he’s going “RINO hunting.”

“Today, we’re going RINO hunting,” Greitens says in the ad. “The RINO feeds on corruption, and is marked by the stripes of cowardice.” 

Greitens and a group of soldiers knock down the door of an empty house throwing flash bang grenades into it looking for RINOs.

“Join the MAGA crew, get a RINO hunting permit. There’s no bagging limit, no tagging limit, and it doesn’t expire til’ we save our country,” Greitens says after searching the house.

On his website he’s selling RINO hunting permits to raise money for his campaign.

Despite obviously being a metaphor, the fake outrage poured in and Big Tech censored the ad.

Facebook censored the video on the flimsy pretext of “violating our policies prohibiting violence and incitement.”

Twitter joined putting a Tweet from Greitens’s account with the video in a restricted state.

Users are unable to like, reply or retweet the video cutting off engagement with the post.

A warning was slapped on the Tweet saying, “This Tweet violated the Twitter Rules about abusive behavior. However, Twitter has determined that it may be in the public’s interest for the Tweet to remain accessible.”

“If anyone doesn’t get the metaphor, they are either lying or dumb,” said Greitens campaign manager Dylan Johnson.

Despite the fact there’s no violence in the ad, Facebook is falsely claiming there is to shut it down.

But this ridiculous censorship may have backfired on Big Tech.

The censorship of the ad brought more attention to it and Greitens’s campaign after the story trended on social media.

Greitens promised to reign in Big Tech after their censorship if he’s elected to senate.

“Big Tech is once again meddling in our elections and putting their thumb on the scale,” Greitens said. “When I’m U.S. Senator, I will fight against the disgusting tech oligarchs from stealing any more elections.”

Big Tech’s heavy-handed censorship against conservatives could inadvertently help put a Trump supporter in the Senate.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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