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Trump official banned but has not tweeted in weeks

 
 
The censorship machine in Big Tech is in overdrive these days, and they are banning users who have not been active just on the basis of what they believe and what they might tweet. The latest is former Trump administration official Peter Navarro, who has been banned from Twitter even though he has not tweeted in weeks.  As usual, the censors of Big Tech do not explain why they are banning conservatives.  They just do.
 
Some are taking action, like the new law introduced by Poland's government to set up a special court that can order Big Tech to restore censored posts of Polish citizens if the posts are legal under Polish law, and fine them a million euros per incident if they refuse to obey the court's order.
 
In order to preserve our free speech, we need to crack down very hard on Big Tech censorship.



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