Evil tech giants now operating under Sharia Law

As millions of Americans were enjoying turkey, stuffing, and pumpkin pie with their friends and family during the recent Thanksgiving holiday, social media giant Twitter was busy axing the accounts of more users who hold “politically incorrect” views, including conservative commentator and reporter Laura Loomer.

For the simple “crime” of addressing the truths about Islam and Sharia Law, Loomer had her Twitter account permanently suspended, reports Michelle Malkin for Ammoland.com. Meanwhile, there hasn’t been a single prominent, leftist Twitter user who’s been removed from the platform – ever – which Malkin describes in chilling terms as Silicon Valley Sharia.

In essence, the entire tech cabal, which includes other big names like Facebook, Apple, and Amazon, is sending the message that free speech and the First Amendment have no place on their platforms. If you hold views that these corporations don’t like, or state facts that upset them, then you will not be allowed to have a voice online.

It’s apparently completely off-limits to talk about the fact that Islamic Sharia is diametrically opposed to many of the tenets of modern-day liberalism, including women’s and LGBTQ rights. In her final tweet before getting banned from Twitter, Loomer addressed all of this with regards to the recent election of Ilhan Omar to the Minnesota House of Representative.

“Isn’t it ironic how the twitter moment used to celebrate ‘women, LGBTQ, and minorities’ is a picture of Ilhan Omar?” Loomer wrote in her tweet. “Ilhan is pro Sharia(.) Ilhan is pro-FGM(.) Under Sharia, homosexuals are oppressed & killed. Women are abused & forced to wear the hijab. Ilhan is anti Jewish.”

These are simple statements of fact. But because they contradict the official narrative endorsed and perpetrated by Twitter, they had to be removed, along with the person who made them.

“Some smug elites will downplay Twitter’s disparate treatment of these users by arguing that private tech corporations can do whatever they want and that no First Amendment issues have been raised. But this battle is about much more than free speech rights,” writes Malkin.

“It’s about whether the high-and-mighty progressives who monopolize global social media platforms truly believe in nurturing a free speech culture.”

Hating white people, the police, and the nuclear family is acceptable speech on Twitter

If Twitter were to just come out of the closet and finally admit to the world that it proudly embraces totalitarianism, then none of this would really be an issue. Twitter could simply declare to the world that only leftist speech is permitted on the platform, that way everyone who signs up for and uses it would know in advance what they were getting themselves into – allowing Twitter to then openly become the leftist, echo chamber “utopia” that it daily strives to be.

But instead, Twitter and the rest of these evil tech companies are still pretending as though they support “open dialogue,” when in fact they’re part of the Left’s global ministry of propaganda. Anyone who isn’t a diehard NPC (non-playable character) already knows that Twitter is a bastion of communism anyway, so why not just tell the truth for once?

Telling the truth, though, would out Twitter as just another deep state asset of censorship. Again, anyone with two working brain cells already knows this, but it’s the rest of brain-dead world that would finally see the light – or at least one would hope. Regardless, the prolific double standards that characterize Twitter in 2018 show that this social media platform is more closely aligned with Islamic Sharia Law than it is freedom, liberty, and patriotism.

“By punishing politically incorrect speech and making punitive examples of free thinkers, tech titans are enforcing their own authoritarian version of Silicon Valley sharia – a set of both written and unwritten codes constricting expressions of acceptable thought in the name of ‘safety’ and ‘civility,'” Malkin adds.

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