Alexander Hall
Staff Writer, Free Speech America

Alexander Hall is a free speech advocate, staff writer, and show host working for Free Speech America at the Media Research Center

Alex Hall | May 19, 2022
TechShark encountered so many critical stories in a short time, a top 5 video had to be made.   Guerrilla journalism outlet Project Veritas reportedly exposed a senior engineer from Twitter showing why many employees may be afraid of Elon Musk. Elon Musk spoke on a podcast at the expense of President Joe Biden, with one other panelist comparing Biden’s presidency to Weekend at Bernies, that…
Alex Hall | May 3, 2022
  Police states ruled by uniformed generals are SO last century, but the hour of the deep state tattle-tale has come. Fox News host Tucker Carlson torched Disinformation Governance Board leader Nina Jankowicz for leading the United States into an Orwellian nightmare.  Related: ‘Dissolve’ Biden Disinformation Board - Sen. Hawley Vows Congressional Action Carlson slammed Biden’s new DGB…
Alex Hall | April 27, 2022
  Twitter CEO Agrawal announced on April 25th that “Twitter has a purpose and relevance that impacts the entire world. Deeply proud of our teams and inspired by the work that has never been more important.” His post quote-tweeted a statement from Twitter's Independent Board Chair Bret Taylor announcing: “The Twitter Board has reached an agreement with @ElonMusk.”    Part of what made the…
Alex Hall | April 20, 2022
  Elon Musk has a few tricks up his sleeve after Twitter’s board of directors rejected his $43 billion offer to buy the company. This story is moving fast so we give you a quick update on what you need to know in the Musk vs. Twitter battle in the TechShark video above, check it out. Related: TechShark: Hostile Takeover on the Table? Elon Musk Opts Out of Twitter Board Seat   Rep. Pramila…
Alex Hall | April 13, 2022
In a major reversal, Elon Musk rejected a seat on Twitter’s board of directors. The move caused some people to theorize that Musk may have a completely different strategy for reforming the company, one that doesn’t involve the company’s board. Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal announced that “Elon has decided not to join our board” in an April 10 tweet. Agrawal also warned his employees: “There will…
Alex Hall | March 30, 2022
  At it again? Former Democratic presidential candidate and Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard torched Big Tech companies, saying she was censored again for cautioning against the U.S. going to war.  Fox News’s Ingraham Angle host Laura Ingraham asked Gabbard in a late March interview: “Why is calling out what many have called the Military Industrial Complex now offensive to Big Tech?” Gabbard…
Alex Hall | March 28, 2022
  Social media influencer An0maly blasted Big Tech giants for their efforts to silence him. Both Instagram and Communist Chinese app TikTok both targeted An0maly for his videos on their respective platforms, according to purported screenshots from the social media influencer. An0maly told MRC Free Speech America that Instagram in particular demonetized him because of three of his videos. …
Alex Hall | March 21, 2022
Republican lawmakers tore into Big Tech for censoring the New York Post’s October 2020 Hunter Biden laptop story last Thursday after The New York Times tied files on the computer to a federal investigation. A Times article published last week buried a statement that the computer had housed emails concerning subpoenaed “documents related to Hunter Biden’s foreign work and for bank accounts…