CNN’s Don Lemon demanded that social media companies regulate opinions on their platforms, as Chris Cuomo called on them to actually OUT their users. Dana bends the knee on CNN’s calls for social media censorship overreach.
Who is Frances Haugen? I mean, we know she is a far-left Whistleblower and a former Facebook employee, but who is she? How about an algorithm specialist left-wing activist, who donated 36 times to the likes of AOC and the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, and she’s advised by the lawyers that triggered the first Trump sham impeachment, and now she’s the Facebook ‘Whistleblower.’ Wouldn’t you know that this is all about the Left’s goal of censorship, power, and control? Jesse Kelly EXPOSES the so-called Facebook ‘Whistleblower.’
FCC Commissioner, Brendan Carr, joins Dana to discuss YouTube’s censorship over ‘misinformation,’ and LinkedIn blocking U.S. journalists’ profiles in China.
Dana discusses how the Australian government continues to infringe on citizens’ freedom by imposing a new cybernetic guidance on “online security.”
Dana discusses how “Big Tech” protects the Taliban and allows the use of social media platforms to promote violence and control. However, others get censored if they have a different opinion than the government regarding coronavirus.
Well, it seems as though another Conservative got censored on YouTube. Senator Rand Paul was suspended from YouTube, for standing up against all the COVID chaos. It’s apparent that we can no longer question the Left’s policies and the CDC’s policies without getting censored. So, how can we finally combat this Big Tech censorship? Well, Congressman Devin Nunes is here to discuss why this was the exact reason he left YouTube, how we can we can take action Big Tech censorship and why they hate the conservatives, as well as the Democrats abuse of the U.S. intelligence.
Kash Patel joins Buck to discuss big tech’s suppression campaign against those speaking out on the government’s response to COVID-19.
Whoever is in charge, decides misinformation, and that’s exactly what the White House is currently doing. It is best defined as “Corporate power fused with state power.” Rachel Bovard is here to discuss anti-trust, picking the science of misinformation, what the biggest hurdle for Conservatives and Republicans is, and Dana even reveals how Rachel finally convinced her on the whole anti-trust issue.
The Democrats are using Covid to silence their opposition, says Bill O’Reilly.
The DNC will “more aggressively engage” so-called fact checkers to police text messages containing “misinformation,” says Morgan Zegers.
Guest Curtis Houck discusses how the media wants you to turn on your inner circle, the poll on how many Americans view the media as an enemy of the people, and how The White House and Big Tech companies are working together on censorship.
In June alone, consumer prices increased five percent. Lumber, gas, new and used cars all got more expensive. Some good news, though: Your 4th of July cookout got 16 cents cheaper. Yay for cheaper hotdogs! Or so says the White House, because those 16 cents are actually really eight cents when you factor in inflation …