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Big Tech is Censoring Information About the Anti-Trump Whistleblower

There was a time — not too long ago — when social media giants at least pretended to be impartial. We all knew that they weren’t, but companies like Twitter and Facebook were still expected to put on a face — and a lot of people bought it.

Those of us who have been following the Big Tech censorship crusade for a long time know that this impartiality has always been a myth. There is a clip of YouTube’s top brass openly talking about banning mainstream conservative content creators like Ben Shapiro, because they’re angry that their own children enjoy them. Imagine the horror of discovering that your own children are beginning to think for themselves…

Well, for better or for worse, the cover has been officially blown — Big Tech is no longer pretending to be a club of fence-sitters. Now, they are openly supporting the left-wing agenda, and capitulating to its every whim. This is why it should come as no surprise to learn that YouTube is removing every video on its platform that mentions the name of the whistleblower that helped launch the impeachment probe against President Donald Trump.

Now, President Donald Trump, as an American citizen, has a right to face his accuser directly. That doesn’t work when the whistleblower’s identity is still kept secret, even though official impeachment proceedings are well underway.

Nevertheless, social media is always happy to do the deep state’s dirty work. Here’s Mark Dice with the full story.


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