As center and right-leaning voices attempt to navigate the Big Tech purge, we are seeing a great many articles discussing what can be done to counter the systematic silencing of anyone who disagrees with Democrats, their media activist arm, and Big Tech.
The Big Tech oligopoly is drunk with power, taking unto itself the decisions as to who gets to be heard on the internet and social media. In this panel discussion, we will discuss how to navigate the Big Tech purge, and strategies for maintaining personal privacy. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. You can SIGN UP HERE.
As people are still reeling from the coordinated banning of President Trump across social media platforms, Mexico’s President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador condemned the decision of America's Big Tech tyrants.
The WalkAway movement was started by Brandon Straka, who left the Democrat party and became a Trump-supporting conservative after the 2016 election.
Straka inspired hundreds of thousands of other Americans who felt the Democrats had moved too far left and also walked away from the party. Now Facebook has purged his page.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama encouraged Big Tech to permanently ban President Donald Trump on their platforms.
She also wants them to figure out a way "to prevent technology from being used by the nation's leaders to fuel insurrection."
Throughout the Obama-Biden reign and especially as it came to a close, Obama administration officials flooded into Silicon Valley, taking top jobs at Google, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, and other Big Tech entities. Now Biden is tapping the Obama admin-Silicon Valley revolving door for top spots in his administration.
The Democrat/Media/Big Tech axis has decided that it is safe—now that the election is over—to inform the American people about the shadyUkrainian and ChiCom connections and influence-peddling scandal surrounding Hunter Biden and implicating 'the big guy,' then Vice President and now Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden.
I've long been an admirer of conservative firebrand Candace Owens. She's a smart as a whip and absolutely fearless champion of conservative principles—of limited government, of the Bill of Rights, and of American values that want to lift up every American of every race, religion, creed, etc. rather than dragging everyone, excepting the leftist political elite and their favored entities, down to an "equitable" level of abject poverty and blind reliance on government for their daily bread.
Voter fraud allegations have run rampant since Election Night, especially allegations from witnesses at the polls.
But Tucker Carlson noted two other sectors who played a huge part but appearing to get off scot-free: Big Tech and pollsters.
Another day, another desperate ploy by Elizabeth Warren as she continues to drop in polling in early Democrat primary states and nationwide. It would seem that she sees her nosediving poll and donation numbers as a sign that her bazillion plans to upend every segment of our economy and society don't go far enough.
Glenn Reynolds launched Instapundit in August 2001, which laid a key foundation stone down for the publication and dissemination of independent conservative news and opinion over the past 18 years. "Instalanches" have blessed Legal Insurrection with many links.
Over the past 18 years, Reynolds has observed the deterioration of social media and shared his observations and experiences in a new publication: The Social Media Upheaval. I had a chance to read it last week, and I wanted to share my thoughts about his most recent work.