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The big names in Big Tech have become complete Stalinists in censoring conservatives - Facebook, Google, Twitter, YouTube, etc.  Now it is the cell phone companies, or at least one of them, that are in the act as well.  T Mobile has been caught censoring conservative site Gateway Pundit.  Links to articles from Gateway Pundit are "disappeared" if one sends them in texts on T Mobile, and this is probably just the beginning.

Any conservative or any supporter of free speech needs to switch cell phone carriers away from T-Mobile.

Meanwhile, rank censorship continues at the usual suspects like Facebook, which has just permanently disabled the advertising account of a conservative book publisher, citing their ads for childrens books.

Also Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene has been banned from both Twitter and Facebook for posting a VAERS chart from the CDC.  They call it virus "misinformation" but are they now accusing the CDC, the source of that chart, of "misinformation"?  Why is the messenger banned but NOT the source of the message?

Conservatives should be on free speech sites like Gab, Parler, and MeWe.

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