Horrific Las Vegas Event Becomes A Reason To Start Censoring What?

The horrible events that occurred in Las Vegas now appear to be a tool for the far left to use against freedom of speech. The freedom of speech we are referring to is that which uses the high-tech social giants; Facebook, Google, and Twitter. The left would like nothing better than a bunch of definitions of hate speech that would shut down all conservative thoughts, ideas, and talk.

If they can control the playing field, they will have control of the narrative. They do not trust these high-tech players to be capable of doing it. The right side of the aisle contends that they are already doing it too well. There is a good chance that Congress may look at regulating these bad boys as a utility. That may or may not be a good thing.

As Written By Robert Kraychik for the Daily Wire:

Following Sunday’s mass murder in Las Vegas, NV, Democrats and their left-wing news media allies are hyping a “fake news epidemic” from the “far-right,” laying the groundwork for censorship of dissident voices via legislation and technology company (primarily Facebook, Google, and Twitter) policy changes.

The New York TimesThe GuardianLos Angeles TimesBBCBloombergBusiness Insider, and Newsweek are among many left-wing and Democrat-aligned news media outlets framing “fake news” from “far-right” personalities and outlets as broadly duping Americans.

An analysis from BuzzFeed of disinformation on Twitter hyped irrelevant tweets as illustrative of a broad threat to the ecosystem of digital information. Among the evidence for its central claims, BuzzFeed shared the following tweet; twice retweeted and liked:

Americans, suggest the aforementioned news media outlets, are incapable of dealing with “fake news” from the “far-right.” Enter Democrats and Silicon Valley technology company overlords to rescue them with …….


Leftists Exploit Las Vegas Shooting To Push Online Censorship | Daily Wire

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