Online media appears to be under the control of powerful leftists who make subjective decisions as to what type of information can and should be permitted on their sites. Twitter and Facebook silence conservative voices while allowing liberals to speak unmuted. Google is scheming to downgrade conservative news media while upgrading liberal media in their search results. Conservative lawmakers are beginning to ponder government-backed solutions to these problems.
On Thursday afternoon, Jewish conservative commentator Laura Loomer handcuffed herself to a single door panel of Twitter's NYC building (a rather considerate move, to allow people to pass through the other door of the building, she explained when asked why she chose to handcuff herself to only a single door). She was wearing a large Jewish star on her chest, evocative of the 1930's Nazi regime requirement of Jews, and was displaying large images of two tweets, one allowed and one forbidden by Twitter.
The image of the tweet that was allowed by Twitter was by raging anti-semite Louis Farrakhan, who wrote: "I'm not an anti-Semite. I’m anti-Termite." A video attached to Farrakhan's tweet was of him spewing antisemitic propaganda. The second image displayed by Loomer was of a tweet she wrote that was disallowed by Twitter and resulted in her removal from their platform. In that tweet, Loomer called out Muslim congresswoman elect Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) "anti Jewish" and wrote that Omar is a member of a religion in which "homosexuals are oppressed" and "women are abused" and "forced to wear the hijab."