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01 July 2021



This seems like a good spot.

"If Private Platforms Use Government Guidelines to Police Content, is that State Censorship?
YouTube's decision to demonetize podcaster Bret Weinstein raises serious questions, both about the First Amendment and regulatory capture
YouTube’s decision with regard to Weinstein and Heying seems part of an overall butterfly effect, as numerous other figures either connected to the topic or to DarkHorse have been censured by various platforms. Weinstein guest Dr. Robert Malone, a former Salk Institute researcher often credited with helping develop mRNA vaccine technology, has been suspended from LinkedIn, and Weinstein guest Dr. Pierre Kory of the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) has had his appearances removed by YouTube. Even Satoshi Ōmura, who won the Nobel Prize in 2015 for his work on ivermectin, reportedly had a video removed by YouTube this week.


Remember that every time you are arguing with Mr. Frisch or Emery or Ms. Cross, that you are arguing with a foot soldier for Clownworld. The street soldiers pull down statues and burn buildings (with scarcely any prevention or punishment from a co-opted law enforcement management), the locals are busy with their propaganda efforts.

The sides for and against civilization are obvious and I'm willing to own the occasional situation where 200 people make it inside the Capitol (after being let in and with one being murdered of course). At least 400-500 of the original 200 are still being held in solitary as Torquemada gets out the knives.

Bill Tozer

‘The End of the Supreme Court Term Revealed Hysterics Posing as Legal Analysts’

Money quotes:

-Fortunately, the justices, unlike these confused journalists, understand that you’re supposed to make judgments based on the facts, not the identities of the parties involved.

-Father Matthew P Schneider wrote in a tweet that the line “sounds so completely wrong that I have trouble believing it’s just ignorance. I can kind of understand 1 person being mistaken, but a reporter is supposed to verify information.”

--Joy Reid blasted Republican South Dakota governor Kristi Noem on Thursday for sending the National Guard to Texas to assist with what Reid called a “nonexistent crisis” at the southern border.
(Say what? A nonexistent crisis at the border? How lazy can you get? That lazy.)


Bill Tozer

The Media May Be Responsible for Countless COVID Deaths


George Rebane

BillT 313pm - There is no "Media May Be" to this story. As pointed out here some time ago, the correct version is "Media Is". Their reporting killed people.

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