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America First Patriot Jaden McNeil BANNED From PayPal Without Explanation

Big Tech continues deplatforming outspoken American nationalists.

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America First activist and Kansas State University student Jaden McNeil has been kicked off PayPal for no discernible reason.

PayPal sent McNeil an email saying he violated their User Agreement, though without any explanation of how he did so.

“After a review, we decided to permanently limit your account as we found a potential risk associated with it. You’ll not be able to use PayPal to send and receive money or shop online,” one message said. “We noticed activity in your account that’s inconsistent with our User Agreement and we no longer offer you PayPal services,” another message said.

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“PayPal just banned me. F*** Big Tech,” McNeil wrote on Twitter with a screenshot of an email saying “You can no longer use PayPal.”

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Posting a second screenshot, McNeil added: “This is what happens when you rally for Our President [sic].”

Former Big League Politics Senior Reporter Pete D’Abrosca weighed in on McNeil’s ban saying: “We will all be banished from civil society soon because ‘free markets’ or something.” And Lauren Witzke, former Republican challenger to Senator Chris Coons, wrote: “Will the GOP finally do something or keep hiding under their desks?”

Big League Politics previously wrote about McNeil getting kicked out of a public Zoom meeting held by his university for asking if white lives mattered:

Kansas State University student and conservative activist Jaden McNeil was booted out of a public Zoom meeting held by the university’s Diversity and Inclusion program for daring to ask if white lives mattered.

KSU also livestreamed the meeting on YouTube, but curiously enough the video has now been set to “private.”

In response to the livestream, the Kansas State Democrats slurred McNeil as a purveyor of “white supremacist ideals” and renewed their call for him to be expelled, even though KSU cannot expel him because of its nature as a public university.

McNeil retorted, “You’re not allowed to say ‘White lives matter’ without them attacking you as a white supremacist and calling for you to be expelled. I thought college was supposed to be about the free exchange of ideas? Guess not!”

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Facebook Instituted Extreme Censorship After Presidential Election to Bury Fraud Whistleblowers

This is the greatest crime in U.S. history.

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In the direct aftermath of the election, Facebook instituted brand new draconian censorship measures in order to prevent electoral fraud whistleblowers from having their voices heard on the platform.

The New York Times revealed in an article published on Tuesday how Facebook became Big Brother to enforce the Democrat theft of America:

President Trump was already casting the election as rigged, and stories from right-wing media outlets with false and misleading claims about discarded ballots, miscounted votes and skewed tallies were among the most popular news stories on the platform.

In response, the employees proposed an emergency change to the site’s news feed algorithm, which helps determine what more than two billion people see every day. It involved emphasizing the importance of what Facebook calls “news ecosystem quality” scores, or N.E.Q., a secret internal ranking it assigns to news publishers based on signals about the quality of their journalism.

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Typically, N.E.Q. scores play a minor role in determining what appears on users’ feeds. But several days after the election, Mr. Zuckerberg agreed to increase the weight that Facebook’s algorithm gave to N.E.Q. scores to make sure authoritative news appeared more prominently, said three people with knowledge of the decision, who were not authorized to discuss internal deliberations.

The change was part of the “break glass” plans Facebook had spent months developing for the aftermath of a contested election. It resulted in a spike in visibility for big, mainstream publishers like CNN, The New York Times and NPR

As a result of Facebook’s editorial policy to censor whistleblowers, much of the public has been convinced of the legitimacy of an incredibly dubious election marred with improprieties and abnormalities.

Big League Politics reported on the insanity of election night in Detroit after tens of thousands of mystery ballot showed up:

One day after the election, the results are still pending and will likely depend on the rust belt. President Donald Trump holds a strong lead in the state of Michigan, but the city of Detroit and their mail-in and absentee ballots have yet to be officially tallied.

In news that will likely cast further doubt on the election results, tens of thousands of absentee ballots arrived in large U.S. Postal Service boxes at the TCF Center in Detroit, Mich. on Wednesday morning at 3:30 am. The TCF Center, formerly Cobo Hall, is where the absentee ballots are counted for Wayne County, which is the home of Detroit.

Former Michigan state senator Patrick Colbeck wrote that the total number of ballots dumped on the counting board totaled 38,000…

Before the ballots showed up mysteriously at 3:30 am, no ballots had arrived at the TCF Center for over six hours, and many poll workers in the facility sat around with no work to do while getting paid hundreds of dollars by the state of Michigan.

According to Michigan election law, all of these mail-in and absentee ballots had to be submitted before 8pm on Tuesday night in order to be lawfully accepted and counted for the election. This means the city of Detroit potentially sat on these ballots for hours. The white van that arrived had the name of Detroit city clerk Janice Winfrey emblazoned upon it as well as a logo and a phone number. Last month, Winfrey set the stage to drag out the process in an interview with ABC 7 News.

“We’re back in control, and we know that we will have nearly 10,000 poll workers that will be working with us to process ballots on election day, or election week is what we’re calling it now, because we know we’re going to be slow,” she said, adding that she was not going to let “outside influencers” get in the way of her election day schemes.

If the election steal isn’t reversed, Western Civilization is finished, and the Beast System will reign supreme over the world.

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