As I was saying this morning, the biggest change of the Trump presidency has been that political correctness has gotten much worse. In the offline world, it has taken the form of Antifa street violence at our events. In the online world, it has taken the form of censorship and deplatforming. Politically speaking, there has been no response to this from our “representatives.”
I’ve been suspended from Twitter again.
Since Donald Trump became president, I have been banned from Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, PayPal, Stripe, Square, Disqus, Donately, Google Pay, Bitcoin, PopMoney and numerous other fundraising platforms. I have been blacklisted by social media and fundraising platforms by Jews because of my politics, not on account of abusive behavior.
How do I know this? In the case of YouTube and Facebook, I was banned from those platforms in spite of the fact that I never used those platforms for politics. I used Facebook solely to keep tabs on real world friends and family like most people on there. I used YouTube only to watch recipe videos and historical documentaries. As for fundraising platforms, I was banned from several of them for raising money to help pay for private school tuition for my son.
I’m not complaining because getting banned from Twitter was really a blessing in disguise. I was wasting far too much of my time on Twitter anyway which has been systematically rigged by the Left since the 2016 election. It was one of my goals this year to reduce my presence there and to break that bad habit. A few years ago, it was worthwhile to be on Twitter because our content could reach people and the same rules applied to everyone, but what is the point of being on there now when your account can be arbitrarily nuked on a whim over your politics?
The response from the Trump administration to this massive escalation in censorship on social media – a price that we all paid for supporting Donald Trump in 2016 – has been to pass a huge corporate tax cut and to work on changing the composition of legal immigration and passing a cheap labor program for Silicon Valley. No one who has been censored as a result of supporting Trump in 2016 should bother to show up to vote to reelect him in the 2020 election.