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Censorship Out Of Control

Left-leaning Big Tech and major corporations are now at full force in their censorship of conservatives. The latest round of suppression was a shocker, when Deutsche Bank, the largest lender in the world, dropped President Trump. From here on out, any Trump-related company is prohibited from doing business with Germany’s largest bank. They join Twitter, Facebook, Amazon, Go Daddy, Shopify and other companies announcing an end to all relations/business transactions with Trump.

And the censorship is not ending there. Twitter has suspended 70,000 so-called QAnon accounts, which is more than likely a ruse for any conservative who supports Trump. Facebook followed suit by suspending the account of former Texas Congressman Ron Paul for violating unspecified violations of community standards. Meanwhile, the mainstream media also got into the act when ABC News Political Director Rick Klein reminded viewers that Trump will be gone soon, but “cleansing” the conservative movement that supports him will be the difficult part.

Is this really happening in the United States of America, the greatest country the world has ever known? The Lefties have completely gone mad. The movement is nothing less than a synchronized departure from sanity, a full-throttled desecration of the Constitution and our sacred 1st Amendment rights, and a beeline to fascism.

But there is a glimmer of hope on the horizon. An Idaho internet provider, Your T1 WIFI, has tossed a curveball into the madness, turning the tables and blocking Facebook and Twitter over censorship. The company says that because they are a private entity, they can say who is on their platform and who is not. So guess what Facebook and Twitter are doing? Just like the companies they shutdown, they are suing. Here’s more analysis with Glenn Beck on Blaze TV.

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Yea or Nay on Syria

President Obama’s much-anticipated address to the nation on the Syria Crisis Tuesday night left many Americans even more confused than before. In an abrupt about-face, Obama asked Congress to delay its vote on whether to approve military action in Syria so as to allow the diplomatic process play out. Earlier, Majority Leader Harry Reid postponed a similar vote in the Senate. Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren and ABC News Political Director Rick Klein analyze the pending votes in both chambers in this edition of “On the Record.”

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