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The Worst Part about Social Media Censorship is ***********

Ah, social media… It started as a fun way to convince your friends you were better than them, while secretly hating your life. But then it developed into the dominant way of sharing political information to annoy all of your acquaintances. ... But isn’t is right we’re able to spread information so much more easily than we used to? Of course. Being able to communicate with people all over the world is awesome. But we can only do that if the people running the social media platforms don’t use their power to censor viewpoints they disagree with.

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  1. Glad to never have had a social media account in the first place. If you need a login to have speech, you do not have free speech in the first place. Globalism sucks, many of us rejected this global stage from the beginning. How’s it working out for your personally and would you perhaps find more value in American ideals, American voices. Removing yourself from the globally managed thought grids is the first step to reclaiming independence. I’m old enough to remember ABC. Always Buy Colorado. Think local. Live local. Spend local. A digital product is not a tangible product. If you can’t hold it in your hand, do not buy. For heavens sake, buy an rfid blocker shield bag for your phone already. Control your technology, don’t let it control you.

  2. I love this quote, “I may not support your views on certain issues, but I Do support your Right to say them !”

  3. Seeing as the NSA set up facebook and google to begin with, it’s no surprise they’re censoring free speech. They’re just another part of the govt controlled mainstream media, masquerading as ‘independent’.
    Just try to find the truth on any of the MSM, it’s pretty much all lies.

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