Haven’t we had just about enough of the government — whether it’s through politicians, the establishment corporate media or their social media lackeys — telling us both what information we’re allowed to take in and how we need to disseminate that information?
President Joe “Beijing” Biden spoke on Thursday from his fake White House set to plead with “social media companies and media outlets” to “deal with the misinformation and disinformation” on their platforms.
Could someone please tell Joe — when it doesn’t interrupt “puddin’ time — that the social media companies and media outlets already do the bidding of the federal government and have been censoring people for posting memes, jokes and information the government doesn’t want out in the ether because it could undermine their pre-approved narratives?
Anyway, here’s the clip of Biden calling for media — both social and news platforms — to do more of the bidding of the federal government:
NOW - Biden: "I make a special appeal to social media companies and media outlets — please deal with the misinformation and disinformation that's on your shows. It has to stop."pic.twitter.com/NeVU74web3— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) January 13, 2022
Folks, post as much information as you want. Overwhelm their systems. Make it so they can’t keep up with all of it. And if they “ban” you, don’t take it personally or even get all that upset. It’s a website. There are many others. Worse comes to worst and you need to be on that particular social media platform that banned you? Just create a burner email and set up a new account, and continue to say whatever you please.
The establishment entities can’t win if we don’t let them. Plus, there are so many alternatives now that it doesn’t matter what these social media companies do to you.
As far as the rest of the media, like CNN, MSNBC and others, were you really watching them to begin with? If we go by their recent ratings, the answer to that is a resounding no.
How press questions now go with the Biden administration: he ignores them. pic.twitter.com/AFSBxhwsKe— MRCTV (@mrctv) January 13, 2022