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ELECTION INTERFERENCE: America First Senate Candidate Lauren Witzke Locked Out of Twitter

Shameless election interference.

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Twitter is now directly engaging in election interference, censoring Connecticut Republican Senate candidate Lauren Witzke for outlining her immigration policy views on her account over the weekend.

Witzke’s account was frozen by Twitter after pointing out the disastrous impact of mass immigration on societies in Europe, arguing for a ten year immigration moratorium in the United States.

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Witzke had previously argued that the United States would be better off without immigration from third-world countries.

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She isn’t permanently suspended, but Twitter is warning that the candidate could be banned from the platform if she continues to engage in “hateful conduct.”

Witzke’s opponent in the election, liberal Democrat Chris Coons, faces no such restriction on Twitter. The de facto favoritism could make Twitter liable for an in-kind campaign contribution to Coon’s campaign, potentially opening the door for criminal election finance charges against the company or its CEO Jack Dorsey.

In a statement to Breitbart News, Witzke pointed to her suspension as a glaring example of Big Tech censorship and authoritarianism.

“This is yet another example of Twitter, which is partially owned by a Saudi Arabian prince, interfering in American elections,” said Witzke.

If Democrats in Congress really cared about election meddling like they’ve claimed for the past four years, they’d work with Republicans and President Trump to end Big Tech censorship, which we all know is weaponized against conservatives.

Social media censorship is the Civil Rights issue of our time, and when I’m in the U.S. Senate, I will hold these Silicon Valley monopolies accountable. They will respect the First Amendment and stop restricting free speech, or they will face consequences unlike anything America has seen since Teddy Roosevelt was president.

Witzke is one of the only Republicans running for federal office on a full-fledged America First platform, highlighting support for an immigration moratorium as a notable campaign issue.

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PewDiePie Supposedly Shadowbanned by YouTube, Fans Say Hundreds of Videos Didn’t Appear in Search Results

YouTube issued a denial, but not many are buying it.

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Google-owned YouTube recently shadowbanned PewDiePie, according to his fans. If true, it would represent the latest act of censorship by a Big Tech company.

PewDiePie, for those who are unfamiliar, hosts YouTube’s second-largest channel. He has accumulated over 107 million subscribers in his ten years on the platform. He is extraordinarily popular but also receives flak from some quarters because he can be politically incorrect at times.

YouTube addressed the allegation that they shadowbanned PewDiePie in a tweet today:

The denial naturally did not convince PewDiePie’s fans, many of whom said that they weren’t receiving notifications of his new videos and couldn’t find hundreds of previous videos after using the search function:

The issue seemed to be resolved as of Friday. Still, how many times do we have to go through this with Big Tech platforms like YouTube and Twitter and Facebook? The cycle is utterly predictable: massive account shadowbanned or suspended, platform denies any blatant censorship, account privileges restored.

PewDiePie’s real name is Felix Kjellberg. Big League Politics last posted about him when he announced a $50,000 donation to the anti-free speech Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and then again when he rescinded it:

“Usually when I pick a charity, I take my time, I find a charity that I’m really excited about and actually passionate to donate to, so when I uploaded the video talking about the charity, it was very brief, and people could tell something was off,” PewDiePie explained while laughing.

“To be fair, I saw it as an opportunity to put an end to these alt-right claims that have been thrown against me. It wasn’t to try and clear my name or save grace. If it was, I would have done it years ago, but after the Christchurch tragedy, I felt a responsibility to do something about it because it’s no longer just about me. It affected other people in a way, and I’m not okay with that,” PewDiePie said explaining his motives.

PewDiePie said that he announced the ADL donation with noble intentions, but the backlash from his fans helped him to see the error of his ways.

“I’ve struggled to figure out how to do that, but this was not the right way to go about it,” PewDiePie said. “I knew it wasn’t perfect, but I also didn’t know a lot of things that surfaced throughout this whole thing about the charity that doesn’t fit at all, so I understand why people had concerns about it, and these are things that I would have known myself if I had just taken my time.”

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