Where the divisive and democracy-crushing impact of leftist identity politics meets cancel culture meets shutuppery is perhaps nowhere more apparent than in the rabidly pro-Kamala Harris online mob known as K-Hive. Questioning anything she says or doesn't say, does or doesn't do, draws the K-mob and its screeching "racist," "misogynist," and "white supremacist/privilege" attacks.
While there are still some on the left (those who have not yet been canceled, that is) who claim there is no such thing as cancel culture, it is a very real phenomenon. Its goal is to banish wrongthink from every aspect of society and punish with loss of livelihood, career, and reputation all wrongthinkers. Personal and professional destruction is only the near-term goal, of course. Silencing wrongthink completely is the end goal.
Nikole Hannah-Jones, The New York Times magazine reporter and the brainchild behind the controversial 1619 Project, doxxed Washington Free Beacon associate editor Aaron Sibarium.
She posted a screenshot of his email, which included his phone number.
New York state legislators blew up at the Twitter account @CuomoWatch for supposedly urging violence against anyone in Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration.
Except the account repeated Maxine Waters' words in 2018 and replaced Trump with Cuomo.
President Joe Biden's administration immediately changed the U.S. Ambassador to Israel's Twitter account to reflect the West Bank and Gaza.
Moments later, the administration removed West Bank and Gaza from the account.
Conservative commentator Dan Bongino has announced that he is leaving Twitter for good after his account was suspended for sharing the video of President Trump telling DC protesters to go home.
Social media censorship and bans have increased in recent days, as even Trump was locked out of multiple accounts.
Hold on to your hats, kids. It's going to be a bumpy few weeks.
Following the chaos on Capitol Hill which resulted in the death of a protester, Twitter and Facebook have taken steps to censor President Trump's account.
Computer repairman John Paul Mac Isaac provided the explosive information in The New York Post's expose on Hunter Biden after he gave Hunter's hard drive to Rudy Giuliani.
Twitter stopped users from sharing the Post's articles because it came from hacked material.
Now Mac Isaac has sued Twitter for defamation and wants $500 million in damages along with a public retraction.