Jared Holt, the man responsible for the mass ban of Info Wars and Alex Jones from Social Media, clearly had arterial motives. It doesn’t take much digging at all to find out who Holt works for, and it’s bad…
According to NY Times, Top technology companies erased most of the posts and videos on their services from Alex Jones, the internet’s notorious conspiracy theorist, thrusting themselves into a fraught debate over their role in regulating what can be said online.
People for the American Way says it is a progressive advocacy organization founded to fight right-wing extremism and to “defend constitutional values including free expression.”
The Soros-funded group pressured the far left tech giants to ban Alex Jones and Infowars, a top pro-Trump website, just weeks before the 2018 election.
The timing isn’t random. In recent weeks, a group of progressive activists has dialed up efforts to pressure these distribution platforms to drop Infowars. That pressure, which comes at a time when court proceedings against Jones have finally begun in earnest, created the momentum that led to this decision. This has been mentioned in passing in much of the coverage, but these folks deserve much more credit and recognition for the work they’ve been doing in trying to fight right-wing disinformation campaigns.
Infowars is not alone.
The tech giants, especially Facebook, have been eliminating conservative content and shadow-banning conservative publishers since the 2016 election.
It’s time for Congress to step in and take action against these unconstitutional practices by the tech giants.
As more comes out against these social media giants – the more liberal agenda gets exposed.