A militant so-called “anti-fascist” group (Antifa is the most egregious misnomer of our time) which is actively calling for police no-go zones, promulgates lies about police – including that they “murdered” thug Michael Brown – and glorifies looting and burning cities like vandals did in Ferguson, Missouri and Charlotte, North Carolina, among other cities, is safe to spill its bile on Big Tech platforms from which ordinary conservatives are banned.
The organization, CrimethInc, which we will not link to, pushes its anarchist nonsense on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Apple, and elsewhere around the web where ordinary conservatives are banned for sharing ordinary conservative opinions.
Here’s a CrimethInc poster calling for police no-go zones:
One recent post called “Looting Back: An Account of the Ferguson Uprising,” celebrates the burning and vandalization of Ferguson, Missouri after what turned out to be a justified police shooting of Michael Brown.
Meanwhile, here’s the organization’s Twitter page – active, and with a decent number of followers:
Another post on the group’s website called “What They Can’t Do with Badges, They Do with Torches,” compares all police officers to Nazis.
Meanwhile, here’s the group’s active Facebook page:
The group even describes itself as a “rebel alliance” seeking to overthrow the established order of society.
Don’t worry, though, you can find their propaganda podcast on iTunes!
Of course, CrimethInc’s behavior wouldn’t be quite as objectionable if allowing them these online platforms wasn’t so hypocritical. While the far-left – the most extreme of the extreme – is allowed to operate with impunity on Big Tech platforms, ordinary conservatives are banned.
Our own Laura Loomer was banned from Twitter, where she had 260,000 followers, for calling Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) anti-Jewish – which is a demonstrably true statement! She is suing Twitter and the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) over the ban.
She was also banned from Facebook in May, within minutes of other conservatives, including Paul Joseph Watson, Milo Yiannopoulos, and Alex Jones. All four were also banned from Facebook’s subsidiary, Instagram. Despite never supporting political violence (which CrimethInc does), they were labeled “dangerous individuals.”
Which is more dangerous? Criticism of elected officials, or calls for violent revolution and anarchy? The right does the former, while the left does the latter.
Most would say that objectively, the latter is more dangerous. Yet the former receives the “dangerous” designation.
And that, in a nutshell, is proof that Big Tech bias is real.
Peter D'Abrosca is a freelance investigative reporter, author, and conservative political commentator.
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