The New York Times has reported on President Trump’s warning to the major tech firms that censorship of conservative voices under his administration would not continue.

“In his tweets on Saturday, Mr. Trump urged social media companies to ‘let everybody participate, good & bad,’ saying that while networks like CNN and MSNBC might be ‘fake news,’ he does not ‘ask that their sick behavior be removed,'” it reported Saturday.

The Times also suggested that Trump’s condemnation of the social media giants stemmed from Alex Jones and Infowars appealing to the president to take action.

“After the content from Mr. Jones and his website, Infowars, was removed, he issued a plea to Mr. Trump to block the companies’ actions and ‘come out before the midterms and make the censorship the big issue.'”

“In the same video appeal, Mr. Jones urged Mr. Trump to ‘point out that the communist Chinese have penetrated and infiltrated’ the American election system and are ‘way, way worse than the Russians,'” the report continued.

“Minutes after his tweets on Saturday morning about social media, the president — who has long had an affinity for conspiracy theories — appeared to do just that.”

“All of the fools that are so focused on looking only at Russia should start also looking in another direction, China. But in the end, if we are smart, tough and well prepared, we will get along with everyone!” Trump tweeted Saturday.

As we’ve reported, censorship of conservatives by Big Tech isn’t a conspiracy theory, but a widespread and thoroughly documented fact.

The online blacklisting of Jones and Infowars propelled the issue of free speech to the forefront of mainstream debate after Apple, Facebook, and YouTube all pulled our channels in a coordinated purge justified under the banner of fighting “hate speech.”



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