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Facebook appears to be killing live feed posts to Trump rallies.
— Richard Baris (@Peoples_Pundit) October 26, 2016
Nothing will happen to him. Just like the guy who rushed the stage and tried to kill Trump. Slap on the wrist. https://t.co/wL144RCqdT
— Mr. America (@OMFG_America) October 27, 2016
— The Hill (@thehill) October 27, 2016
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) October 27, 2016
Many other figures who have challenged the Democratic Party or the left-leaning media narrative also have run into trouble with social media outlets, including James O’Keefe and his Project Veritas, which has exposed Clinton campaign voter fraud and agitation in a series of hidden-camera videos.
- Just as O’Keefe was preparing to release new revelations of voter fraud Oct. 13, Twitter shut down his account, claiming violations of “Twitter Rules.” The notice said he “must delete the tweets that are in violation of our rules, which prohibit: harassing other users, threatening other users, disclosing other users’ private information” or violating “other rules.” In a statement, O’Keefe said he relies on social media to “bypass the media and directly reach the public.”
- On Monday, O’Keefe wrote in a tweet Project Veritas was unable to upload its third video in the series to YouTube, calling the apparent block “bizarre.”
- Earlier this month, O’Keefe was forced to delete a tweet critical of a Hillary Clinton staffer to regain use of his account after it was suspended for a day. His account was suspended in the hours before a release of a new hidden-camera video that exposed a Clinton ally saying she could use executive action on guns, the Daily Caller reported.
- Project Veritas posted an undercover video Oct. 17 proving Hillary Clinton supporters were inciting violence at Donald Trump rallies to gain negative media coverage. Millions of viewers watched the video in just a few hours, but it didn’t show up on Google’s “trending” list on YouTube, which Google owns, noted SilenceisConsent.net. It did, however, trend on Twitter, which Google does not own.
- Breitbart blogger Milo Yiannopoulos was suspended permanently by Twitter minutes before his “Gays for Trump” party at the Republican National Convention.
- For some 11 months, the makers of the new movie “I’m Not Ashamed,” about the first victim of the Columbine killers in Colorado in 1999, were unable to promote their movie through YouTube. The trailer was taken down late in 2015, and the movie’s entire channel was suspended.
Among the conservatives censored by Facebook:
- Conservative activist and Trump supporter Lauren Southern received a 30-day ban from Facebook because she complained about a friend’s account being censored.
- Facebook locked a 12-year-old black middle schooler’s account for posting a video supporting Rudy Giuliani’s comment that Obama “doesn’t love America.”
- The admin of a pro-Trump group was banned for saying Trump is not anti-Muslim, but anti-ISIS.