White House press Secretary Jen Psaki ramped up the Biden regime’s offensive against the First amendment on Friday, calling for all individuals banned for “misinformation” on one Big Tech platform to also be collectively purged from all other social media websites. The Biden regime continues to work closely with Big Tech monopolies to purge opposition journalism from the internet.
“Providing, uh, for Facebook or other platforms to publicly share the impact of misinformation on their platform, uh, and the audience it’s reaching, uh, also with the public,” Psaki said on Monday. “With all of you. Uh, to create robust enforcement strategies that bridge their properties and provide transparency about rules. You shouldn’t be banned from one platform and not others, uh, if you, for, uh, providing misinformation out there.”
PSAKI: If you’re banned on one social media platform, you should be banned on other social media platforms. pic.twitter.com/81eOCiRc68
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) July 16, 2021
Facebook, Twitter, and other Biden-adjacent platforms have been eager to deplatform regime critics since President Donald Trump first ran for office in 2016, but now Democrats claim they aren’t loyal enough. False claims that Facebook and Twitter are actually right wing because they have not banned every single Trump supporter present on their platform are a common refrain amongst Democratic Party leadership.
The official YouTube account for National File was suspended permanently on Thursday, with YouTube refusing to provide specifics as to what rules were allegedly broken:
Liberal Big Tech video sharing platform YouTube terminated the official National File account on Thursday, citing unspecified severe or repeated violations of our Community Guidelines. YouTube has expressed a zealous commitment to purge its platform of independent media that strays from mainstream left-wing narratives.
The message from YouTube received by National File on Thursday read, “Hi National File. We have reviewed your content and found severe or repeated violations of our Community Guidelines. Because of this, we have removed your channel from YouTube.”
Moments after calling for Big Tech to purge dissent, Psaki then cynically referred to those same social media monopolies as “public platforms.”