I’ve helped young men leave the alt-right. Here’s a message I got on Thursday.— Ali Alexander (@ali) June 29, 2019
What @MaggieNYT did Friday by falsely labeling me as “alt-right” when my business partners are Jewish and I’m a well-known enemies with the Spencer-alt-right and never called myself such, is satanic. pic.twitter.com/i9eqaEl2dQ
Today, we fight for expression, speech and association. pic.twitter.com/9AXJYjWxHf— Ali Alexander (@ali) July 11, 2019
This meme would be accurate if the cop is Google and the arrestee is a MAGA hat https://t.co/yFBj8RILw0— Scott Greer (@ScottMGreer) July 11, 2019
At this *social media* summit, Trump has talked about:— Weijia Jiang (@weijia) July 11, 2019
-The Golan Heights
-Fixing military planes
-How he hates flies
-How the July 4th weather messed up his hair.
At the Social Media Summit, Blompf talked about …
- The DOW
- The pardon of Scooter Libby
- Recognizing Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights
- How his hair is real
- How the Democrats are socialists who want to turn us into Venezuela
- The African-American, Hispanic, Asian-American and wamen’s unemployment rate
- The polls
- Interest rates and inflation and how the DOW could be 10,000 points higher
- Patriotic soybean farmers that want a level playing field
- How the military is strong
- How Antifa would never mess with Bikers For Trump
- How the Wall is really being built
- The tariffs he has imposed on China
Ali Alexander of the Alt-Lite was there.
He was there with Charlie Kirk, one-eyed Rep. Dan Crenshaw, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, Sen. Marsha Blackburn and Sen. Josh Hawley. They mostly congratulated themselves on all their accomplishments over the past two years. The highlight of the photo op was that the Trump administration is going to meet with Jack Dorsey and Mark Zuckerberg again and will “explore all legislative and regulatory solutions to protect free speech.”
“Mr. Trump said he was directing his administration to “explore all legislative and regulatory solutions to protect free speech and the free speech of all Americans.” He also promised to host representatives of social-media companies at the White House during the next month. …
Several analysts doubted any concrete action would come of the summit, seeing it more as a way for Mr. Trump to fire up his base. A 1996 law protects internet services that host third-party speech from liability for content and proposals to remove that protection are unlikely to win support in Congress soon. …”
The monitoring will intensify, folks!
As for Silicon Valley, 2/3rds of the House Republican Congress supported a bill last night to end country caps on tech visas for Google. This comes after the tax cuts, deregulation and the changes in USMCA that Silicon Valley lobbyists pushed for that will actually make the censorship worse. In spite of all the smoke and mirrors, wealthy Silicon Valley tech executives have thrived under the Trump administration and have only escalated their censorship because Republicans have emboldened them.