REAL.video segment reveals why Apple, Facebook, Spotify YouTube (and now Twitter) have all banned InfoWars

Friday, September 7, 2018
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
NaturalNews.com
Thursday, September 06, 2018

In responding to the recent purge of all Alex Jones-related content from social media, InfoWars‘ Paul Joseph Watson wrote a poignant article highlighting the real reasons why the biggest names in tech decided to go after Alex Jones.

In a video recap of this article, available at REAL.video, Jones covers some of the main points of the article, showing how Silicon Valley has become the information and thought police of the entire world.

“Whatever San Francisco says now becomes the new norm – not New York, not London, not Paris, it’s the city of you know what, feces running down the street,” Jones states in jest. “They didn’t even tell us what the offending posts were, which sets a chilling precedent for free speech.”

Leftists upset that Alex Jones pointed out how LGBT mafia is sexualizing and abusing children

Jones himself tried to figure out why he was simultaneously banned from Apple, Facebook, Spotify, YouTube, and now Twitter, only to find that there was no reason – at least not a legitimate one.

“I showed little kids coming up to men dancing on stripper poles dressed like women, and little kids putting money in their g-strings,” Jones states about an article he previously covered during an episode of his show that focused on the sexualization and abuse of young children by LGBT perverts.

“If I saw little kids doing that at a heterosexual thing, I’d be freaked out by it. They called that ‘bullying’ the transexual folks,” Jones adds, highlighting the fact that calling out evil is now considered to be “bullying” and “intolerance” by the Left.

Big Tech have joined up with leftists to punish anyone who decries Sodom and Gomorrah culture of modern America

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