If Big Tech can silence Trump, they can silence anyone

Big Tech has been steadily ramping up its efforts to censor anyone who disagrees with opinions held by its leaders, like Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey. Following the large protest in Washington, D.C. on January 6 — and the subsequent struggle with police that eventually saw demonstrators force their way inside the U.S. Capitol — social media companies have begun to censor President Trump.

Trump's accounts have been suspended — temporarily or indefinitely — depending on the platform; yet, at the same time, accounts for Nicolas Maduro, the Communist dictator of Venezuela, or Ayatollah Khamenei, the theocratic ruler of Iran, or numerous Chinese Communist regime propagandists are permitted to remain.

On yesterday's edition of The Ezra Levant Show, Ezra delved into the subject of Big Tech censorship, comparing the treatment of the president, to the treatment given to those despots around the world who are still welcomed on their platform:

By the way, you can't even access Twitter in those countries, but Twitter lets those tyrants use their forum to attack America and the West. If mighty Donald Trump — who is still president, who is a billionaire, who received close to 70–80 million votes — if he can be silenced by some nerdy twerp in Silicon Valley, everyone can be.

I should tell you that today, we received a warning letter from YouTube that our entire channel is in jeopardy, we could be deleted, if we dare to claim that there is widespread fraud in the election. It's just an opinion you can no longer hold. You just can't, they won't let you. The masters of the universe say so. You cannot question their point of view.

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