It seems that with social media, it doesn’t matter if you are right or wrong if you are telling the truth or lying. It all matters if you are telling the story that the liberals want you to hear.

Otherwise, you better keep your opinions to yourself. At least that wants they want you to understand, that you are not welcome if you do not share their views.

It isn’t limited to politics either. If you like a movie that they couldn’t make today because the liberals would think it was too “problematic” you get away.

Twitter just shut Project Veritas down cold. Their crime, reporting the truth. This isn’t just another round of cancel the conservatives. It shows how tightly connected the giant social media networks are and to what lengths they will go to when it comes to protecting their secrets.

Social media mega-platform Twitter casually suspended the Project Veritas account, permanently. While they were at it, they sent the muckraker’s founder, James O’Keefe, into Twitter Gulag, locking him down temporarily but indefinitely.

The last thing you want to do is post the truth on social media. Especially when it is about social media itself.

It seems that Twitter can’t handle the truth about Facebook. Project Veritas managed to capture recordings of Facebook’s Vice President in charge of “Integrity,” Guy Rosen.

The things he told them violate Twitter’s policy about “posting private information.” They make it seem like Rosen “doxxed” someone, passing out names, addresses, and phone numbers. But, it’s not like that.

The “private information” that Twitter is trying to protect belongs to their rival competitor Facebook.

Breaking911 was quick to break the news, ironically, on Twitter, that the social media megalith “has locked both James O’Keefe and Project Veritas out of their accounts for ‘violating our rules against posting private information.’” That’s what happens when what you post is both the truth and inconvenient to the Deep State.

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