Another week, and another Twitter account bites the dust.
Twitter is at it once again and has permanently banned today’s guest and author of the book “Snake Oil”, Michael Senger.
Congressman Ken Buck explains the potential bills to be brought to the Senate floor that would provide a few more ‘checks and balances’ for Big Tech.
From suspending people they don’t like to suppressing critical information, Big Tech ultimately controls the mode of communication for our country.
Allum Bokhari is a Breitbart Senior Tech Correspondent is here to talk to Jesse about all things Big Tech.
Rep. and Former Green Beret Joe Kent joins Jesse on the show to give an update on the current state of the military, while Biden begs Facebook and social media platforms to fight COVID ‘misinformation’.
After serving in the military, Kara Frederick went to Facebook with the intention of being surrounded by sharp, intelligent entrepreneurs.
There were more hearings on capitol hill this week on the influence of Big Tech on public debate. Facebook Employee Kara Frederick, who offered testimony yesterday, joins Buck to tell us what went down.
Twitter’s new policy puts a muzzle on independent journalism and will increase corporate censorship more than we’ve ever seen before. Twitter is no longer a public square according to this new policy so how does that factor into section 230 exemptions FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr joined Dana to break it all down.
Mike Slater references Genesis 3 as he comes to the conviction that Mark Zuckerberg’s Metaverse will lead to the second fall of man.
Mike Slater isn’t playing around when it comes to the Metaverse.
What is happening with big tech right now is a big, big deal, yet it is not talked about nearly enough. If you were to stop and think about it for a second, you would soon realize that everything is done online nowadays. Everything is made possible basically because of social media. So, if all these big tech corporations are controlled by Communists whose only goal is to hate you and censor you, then it becomes a really, really big deal. Today, Jesse Kelly exposes big tech tyranny.