Hollywood braindeads celebrated Wednesday as it emerged that Twitter is actively censoring the President of The United States and directing anyone who reads Trump’s tweets to a barrage of leftist opinionoverseen by a hardcore anti-trumper.
Here’s just a small selection of pointless out of work celebrities cheering the big-tech censorship:
Star Wars actor John Boyega has been praised for a series of social media posts speaking out against racism.
The first post, a tweet that reads, “I really f***ing hate racists”, was written in the wake of the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers.
The original tweet attracted more than one million likes on the social media website. When some people criticised Boyega’s use of a swear word, the actor remained defiant.
“This is my own personal account. I am not here for the kids,” he wrote back.
In a passionate Instagram Live video, Boyega continued to address the subject.
“That’s a continuous cycle, going on”, he said of the George Floyd killing, which has sparked protests in Minneapolis.
“I don’t live in the States, but I’m Black,” he continued. “F*** that. So I’ll say it again: f*** you racist white people. I said what I said. And if you don’t f***ing like it, go suck a d***.”
Verified Twitter users shared an erroneous side-by-side image supposedly showing Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin wearing a “Make Whites Great Again” hat.
Several major accounts followed by millions spread the image claiming the person wearing the hat is the same officer who suffocated Minneapolis resident George Floyd on video – with no action taken by Twitter after the image was verified to be inaccurate.
On the left side of the image is a screen shot of Officer Chauvin, seen kneeling on Floyd’s neck as he struggled to breathe. On the right is a photo of a man wearing a “Make Whites Great Again” who has been identified as professional troll Jonathan Lee Riches.
Jeffrey Epstein’s lead attorney says that he knows the billionaire pedophile was murdered in prison, but does not know who the killer/s is/are, noting that Epstein was ‘upbeat and excited’ about going to the courts in an attempt to clear his name.
Epstein’s lawyer David Schoen made the comments in a Discovery documentary series about the disgraced multi-millionaire, revealing that the financier was preparing to reveal key information at trial.
Schoen is adamant that Epstein was not suicidal, noting “At one point a prison psychiatrist came in and asked me to leave so she could talk to Epstein on his own. They talked for five minutes and he seemed relaxed. He was smiling as she left.”
“He had plans to really fight this case. He’d made arrangements to hire me.” Schoen added.
In the three part documentary, titled Who Killed Jeffrey Epstein?, Schoen also said he was very concerned about Nicholas Tartaglione, a huge former cop, charged with four murders, who was initially sharing a cell with Epstein during his first alleged suicide attempt.
Only 29% of Americans Believe Jeffrey Epstein Committed Suicide
AG Barr Calls Epstein ‘Suicide’ a “Perfect Storm of Screw-Ups”
Dr Marc Siegel “More Suspicious Than Ever” Epstein Was Murdered
HBO late-night host Bill Maher lamented over the Democrats’ impeachment of President Trump, but for all the wrong reasons.
On his Friday show “Real Time,” Maher expressed his frustration to far-left activist Michael Moore that the Democrat impeachment push which took place several months ago was a “horrible thing” because it only “emboldened” Trump, citing his firing of several inspectors general.
“Trump this week, this month, has gotten rid of four inspector generals of different agencies. Impeachment turned out to be a horrible thing. If I knew what I knew now,” Maher complained.
Since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak, American leftists have been repeatedly caught parroting the rhetoric of the CCP as they decried President Trump’s use of the term “Chinese Virus” as racist while amplifying unfounded claims that President Trump is solely responsible for all of the deaths in the US, despite the growing body of evidence that the coronavirus was spreading in the US even earlier than initially believed (the first known death has been dated to Feb. 6 in California, which suggests the virus was likely spreading in the US before the end of January).
As a reminder, China didn’t inform the world about the evidence of human to human transmission (which they likely possessed for 6+ weeks at that point) until Jan. 22.
Despite all of this, Democrats have taken a distinctly “soft on China” tack, in opposition to President Trump’s increasing hawkishness, even going so far as to side with the CCP (which, remember, just put 1 million+ Muslims into concentration camps) over the White House, as the National Review pointed out in a recent article.
Ever since Big Tech platforms started cracking down on what they deem to be coronavirus misinformation, the media has been willfully flagging alleged violations to social media companies and getting content taken down.
And now the file storage and sharing service Google Drive has started to take down users’ files in response to media complaints about them containing coronavirus misinformation.
In an article reporting on the takedown, The Washington Post’s Silicon Valley Correspondent Elizabeth Dwoskin complains that after the coronavirus documentary Plandemic was censored on social media, some YouTube clips were telling users how to access “banned footage” from the documentary via Google Drive.
Reclaim the Net
Ex-Fauci Employee Who Was Jailed Speaks Out in Viral Interviews
As many cities and countries across the world begin reopening in the wake of coronavirus shutdowns, theme parks in Orlando are starting to reveal their own plans with Universal Studios taking the lead. According to an official employed by the park, Universal Studios Orlando is set top reopen its gates for visitors on June 5th. There are major reopening guidelines in place, including guests mandatorily wearing masks and being subject to temperature checks, while some other installations will be closed down in order to minimize the possible spread of COVID-19 to guests who attend the park.
The new release states that employees will return to the park for a “dry run” on June 1st, followed by guests being invited for another test run on June 3rd. Then, the park will open its doors to the public on June 5th, with operations hopeful to be getting back to normal shortly after.
Interactive play areas will remain closed, misters will not be operational, and menus in restaurants will be single-use on printed paper, not reusable. Valet parking will also be discontinued, as will meet-and-greet opportunities after shows. They are also discouraging the use of cash, though it will still be accepted at the park.
Universal Orlando Prepares to Reopen With Social Distancing Marks
Disney World Masks, Plexiglass Dividers , Temperature Checks Set For Reopening
The celebrity campaign #PasstheMic is enlisting Julia Roberts, Hugh Jackman, and other A-list Hollywood stars to hand over their social media accounts to the likes of Dr. Anthony Fauci and other experts to promote a “global response” to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
Who’s behind the push? The roster of donors and leaders reads like a who’s-who of left-wing globalists — U2 frontman Bono, George Soros, and Bill Gates. At the head of the organization is Gayle Smith, a former special assistant to President Barack Obama.
The guest line-up features another physician who has publicly denounced President Donald Trump’s immigration policies and handling of the coronavirus crisis, while praising the World Health Organization, which downplayed the gravity of the outbreak in its early weeks.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—After House Republicans formally called for an investigation into the investigators investigating the Trump campaign, congressional Democrats quickly responded by calling for a new investigation into the investigators investigating the original investigators.
The investigation will center around claims that the investigators assigned to investigate the investigators may show significant bias, with the new investigators investigating the investigation investigators attempting to determine if there has been any prejudice or corruption in the investigation investigation.
“We now know who will investigate the investigators, but who will investigate the investigators investigating the investigators?” Senator Chuck Schumer said in a press conference. “We must hold the investigators investigating the investigation accountable if we are to retain our faith in the justice system.”
At publishing time, Republican leadership had called for a fourth investigation to investigate the investigators who were tasked with investigating the investigators assigned to investigate the investigators.