Hillary Clinton: Big Tech Platforms Must Be Reined Before Things Get Worse

This is what Hillary Clinton truly believes.

The Deplorables cannot be allowed to freely share their political opinions on the internet without the supervision and permission of hall monitors. Their views have to be banned like cigarettes. It is simply too dangerous for people to be allowed to talk and make fun of our ruling class.


“Clinton said this in a Hold The Line interview with Rappler CEO Maria Ressa, to be aired on Wednesday, April 14.

“We’re in a situation with these platforms [that] if they’re not reined in, it’s not just the threat and the reality of the world on fire right now, it is even worse than that. It leads to a form of not just populism and nationalism, but fascism, of totalitarianism, of a kind of mind control that people have fallen into without awareness and certainly without permission,” Clinton said.

“Just like we had to rein in smoking once we learned that it caused lung cancer, we’ve got to rein in the tech platforms before they truly undermine everything that we believe in,” she said. …”

This would obviously include us too.

We were also banned from virtually everything in 2017. It had to be done to stop “fascism” and “totalitarianism.” The political establishment was losing too badly on the internet. Ricky Vaughn had to be stopped by the DOJ. He was like “a field commander in the assault on our democracy.”

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Author: Hunter Wallace

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