The Twitter accounts of Alex Jones and Infowars have been permanently suspended following a video of Alex confronting CNN reporter Oliver Darcy. And only a day after Alex Jones hilariously confronted Marco Rubio who uncomfortably pretended not to know him. Oliver Darcy had actually ran a campaign to have Alex Jones blacklisted from all social media. Alex in the heated confrontation quite accurately called Darcy a rat, possum, evil looking, and a virus. And also accurately predicted Darcy would run to Twitter to claim Alex is bullying him.
Alex Jones has already been suspended from Facebook, Youtube, and many others just a few weeks prior, and now with the suspension from Twitter, that makes a complete purge from social media, as free speech on the internet crumbles.
Jack Dorsey only a day earlier testified before the House Energy and Commerce Committee, that Twitter was not censoring conservatives out of political bias. But less than a week earlier Twitter removed shadow bans of over 600,000 users. Jack Dorsey admitted during the hearings that Twitter had made many mistakes when censoring users. But to this day the Twitter account of anti-White lolcow Sarah Jeong is still active. Considering the amount of verified anti-White hate that has been uncovered recently by the now banned prolific Twitter account @meme_america, it’s difficult to believe that the banning of Alex Jones and Infowars is anything but political bias.
Jack Dorsey described his platform many times during the hearing as the digital town hall, but to this day many death threats against president Trump remain active. And the accounts that made them have not been suspended.
Twitter claim that Alex Jones was banned as a result of hate speech and harassment and not political ideology, but really, it seems the real reason Alex was banned was for having the nerve to engage the establishment face to face. Telling CNN’s Oliver Darcy he’s a scumbag to his face, and mocking little Marco Rubio on camera. Rubio had said he believed that the censorship campaign against the right was a good thing.