Social media sites openly shilled for the Democrat elites.
After Donald Trump in 2020, Big Tech expanded its political operations.
But voters were floored when YouTube looked to strangle out this candidate for Congress with a surprise blacklisting.
Anyone on social media runs the risk of being blacklisted if he or she expresses counter-narrative views.
That’s especially true if you’re an America First Conservative.
Political candidates by and large escaped out-right censorship until Twitter’s Jack Doresy and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg teamed up to ban Donald Trump from their respective platforms ahead of the 2020 election.
Now it looks like they’ve opened the floodgates and the signs of a full-on Stasi-style crackdown are growing.
And one candidate for Congress in Washington State may have just become the bellwether.
Joe Kent was booted from YouTube for no particular reason at all it seems.
“Joe Kent, a retired Green Beret who is running for Congress as a Republican in Washington State’s third district, has been permanently banned by Google-owned YouTube. Kent, who has been endorsed by Donald Trump, has taken vocal positions against the permanent Deep State, open borders, and endless foreign wars. In a message sent to the Republican candidate, YouTube said it had found ‘severe or repeated violations of our Community Guidelines,’ without specifying what guideline had been breached or how.”
Kent’s only apparent “crimes” are speaking out against Joe Biden’s botched Afghanistan withdrawal, and the DOJ’s over-the-top treatment of January 6th defendants.
It’s a slap in the face to the idea of free speech that the social media giants refuse to even state their reasons for censoring and banning people.
Denying voters the chance to hear any candidate borders on treasonous.
This assault of fully-informed voters is rooted in Donald Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton.
Trump’s win shocked the establishment and cemented their schemes to rein in free speech online.
The good news is there are other platforms and the backlash from Big Tech’s overreach is giving oxygen.
You Tube is censoring Congressional candidates with out warning. Oh well, We have rumble. pic.twitter.com/8Lue02TusY
— Joe Kent for WA-3 (@joekent16jan19) October 6, 2021
Kent isn’t the first candidate to be banned on social media.
Republican Laura Loomer, who ran for Congress in Florida, may have been the first candidate to have all of their social media accounts terminated.
Twitter actually changed its guidelines to justify blacklisting her.
Democrats and their allies in the corporate-controlled press and Big Tech are terrified that people are sharing ideas they don’t like as more people reject the establishment’s narratives each and every day.
Unvarnished censorship is their only option as a result to keep control.
But Kent and other Conservatives refuse to back down and those who stand up are finding their numbers are growing as they do.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.