Tag Archives: political corruption

Twitter continues double-speak; disingenuous censorship

“Twitter banned the account of a pro-Trump grassroots campaign with 15 state field directors along with another prominent Trump supporter, failing to reinstate the accounts on the same day that the company came under fire from the president himself for discrimination against conservatives.” click here

United Nations Fosters Culture of Sexual Harassment?

“The United Nations has allowed sexual harassment and assault to flourish in its offices around the world, with accusers ignored and perpetrators free to act with impunity, the Guardian has been told.” click here

Is it time to censor Twitter?

“Twitter direct messaging engineer Pranay Singh admitted to mass-banning accounts that express interest in God, guns, and America, during a Project Veritas investigation.” click here

Ethics decay in the main stream medium is real

Is this the Democrat version of ‘WaterGate’?

Having lived through Watergate, I have to wonder….

“So far, congressional investigators have found out that the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee paid for the Trump dossier, through their law firm Perkins Coie. Clinton campaign and DNC officials have denied  knowing about it. Perkins Coie initially denied funding the dossier, before they were forced to admit it after the House intelligence committee subpoenaed for financial records.” click here

Mr. Mitch McConnell Seeking to Disrupt US Government Through In-Action

“More than 100 national leaders urged Senate Republican leaders on Tuesday to use every means at their disposal to confirm more than 200 presidential nominations currently pending in the U.S. Senate, both for the executive branch and for the federal courts.” click here

High Tech Companies (Google, Facebook, Amazon) Threaten Democracy

” “Perhaps the most pressing thing of all is that Google, Facebook and to certain degrees also Amazon have captured the flow of information and ideas between citizen and citizen,” he continued. “Our ability to communicate freely with one another in this country, which is the primary basis for being able to protect our democracy, is now threatened in very real ways today… This is not a theoretical threat; this is a threat that exists today.” ” click here