You can save your information and share it later or whatever. You can open another account if that’s your thing, no judgment here. Since they’re probably going to censor anything your posts anyway what’s the point of having it? Facebook and Twitter want to pander to liberals so let’s all withdraw our accounts and let them have some privacy.

If all of @realDonaldTrump supporters and followers delete their accounts Facebook, and Twitter will be bankrupted overnight and isn’t that called poetic justice? #WritingCommunity #WalkAway

They cannot do anything for your social life that you cannot do 10x better if you put your heart into it. I am deleting both of my accounts and I will not be renewing them. #Trump2020

I’ll see you on Parler or in the funny papers. Love is awesome, pass it on.

Dear Twitter, Get On These Nuts. -The Management.

In 1994 and 1995 when I lived in New York I read the New York Times every day from cover to cover and it was very good. Now they print whatever lies suit them to advance the political agenda of the Democrat party and they cannot deny it with a straight face to any reasonably honest person.

I stand on what I said. The level of yellow Journalism at the NYT makes me want to puke and I know I have as much if not more experience writing than they do on the average. 21 years for me.

Nobody goes to Joe Biden’s rallies, Twitter. Prove me wrong or get a lawyer, Jack. I’m dropping a federal civil rights violation lawsuit on you and I can tell you now that you are going to lose no matter who your lawyer is or how many you bring to court with you. Didn’t Joe Biden have to cancel one rally because nobody showed up?

I have seen with my own eyes that if Donald Trump says he’s going to have a get together here in Las Vegas tomorrow 30,000 patriots will show up just to say thank you. Bet me a million dollars they wouldn’t. I’ve heard thousands of very polite and friendly people, people whom Hillary Clinton described as “a basket of deplorables” when I was still willing to vote for her, and did.

I actually had to go to a Trump rally in Las Vegas to see for myself what type of monsters support this bad man all the Democrats are terrified of and hate so vehemently they’re willing to kill destroy America, and the Constitution, and even take the lives and livelihoods of innocent people to prove to everyone just how bad he is. What I saw were tens of thousands of very nice people of every shape size, creed and color being themselves and not one of them pointed a finger at me because I was with the press after I told them I was there to observe objectively nothing more, nothing less.

Meanwhile Trump has brokered peace between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, and then with Bahrain about a week later. What has the New York Times done to bring peace to NYC? Not one fucking word. Instead they write to incite. They advocate for public displays of violence by blaming President Trump for shit that even a blind jackass could see is on their own heads.

This bullshit with antifa and BLM whom we I myself know are and arm of the DNC and have for years is a red flag operation and not even a half ass decent one at that. But it is deadly serious and the NYT has a hefty share of the blame to shoulder.

Just as contributory negligence is a phrase that will fuck an insurance claimant in court faster than the Energeezer Bunny on Viagra it also can be applied in any civil dispute and that’s what’s waiting for you at trial, Jack.

What are you going to say when Trump wins, Jack? You know you’re so fucked when he does and you know as well as i do that he is going to win. You know it, I know it, everybody knows it.

To the 83,000,000 people following Donald Trump @realDonaldTrump I urge you to delete your accounts in a show of force, respect and love for our nation, our flag and our President. Our work here is done anyway so why should Twitter be the recipient of any benefit from our hard work when all they ever did was obstruct us at every opportunity? What do you need Twitter or Fakebook for when you have a phone dumbass. You can do all of those things yourself, DUH.

Get off your fat lazy ass and call somebody you love, dick. Send them some pictures directly don’t make a mother fucker go looking for it on Facebook or Twitter. Show some love. Skype your Grandma and Grandpa in the nursing home, or in Timbuktu, wherever they are and show them your love face to face, not by clicking on a heart emoji. You gave all of that responsibility to social media giants and look what happened. They think they can decide what you think and say now. They hold themselves to be above and beyond the law specifically the first Amendment and I can assure you they’re not.

Have they brought you closer to anyone? Nope. Quite the opposite and that is seemingly what they had planned all along. That is called social engineering, not social media. Your smart phone can do everything for you that Fakebook or Twitter can do if you get off your lazy dead ass and do it. If you’re that hard up to impress a complete stranger then dial random numbers and talk to whoever answers like a dear old friend long unseen, and see what happens.

Censorship used to be an ugly work in America and now it’s the new normal. It’s trending and is supposed to be acceptable because a bunch of trolls and spam bots told you so while a board of censors are pouring over your every tweet looking for the bad keywords you cannot use. Trend on these nuts.

We tolerated and respected Obama because he won, and than it was because if you said anything bad about the first black President you were branded a racist by the NYT and other media rags and TV news. Fuck Obama I say it here and now and I know it is true by the evidence I have seen Obama is a traitor and so is Biden. I said it before Trump had the courage to and I’ll say it again and again. I’ll shout it from the rooftops until someone hears me in the DOJ and hopefully goes after them instead of arresting me like they did Roger Stone.

Donald Trump you said before that you would use every resource to go after these people. I have begged the ACLU for help twice when I was brutalized by cops and they said they had better things to do like sue McDonald’s because some stupid bitch didn’t comprehend the word hot. Contributory negligence would have won that case for McDonald’s but apparently, they’re stupid too.

If you or whomever will spring for the attorney I’ll split the jury award with you 50/50 and I’ll donate 90% of my half to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital which I just happened to have helped build. And love. It’s not about me in the least and I am not looking to profit from your crimes, Jack, I’m seeking retribution for them for those against whom you have practiced those crimes. Humanity.

Twitter and Facebook you are hereby put on notice that you are erring on the wrong side of history and by the time we patriots get through with you there won’t be anything left but a lot of worthless stock certificates and the liberal tears running down your legs.

I have never lost a civil law dispute. You know why, Jack? Because I was trained at law and the first lesson on kicking your attorney’s ass all over the courtroom was never pick a fight you haven’t already won. I taught the Archdiocese of New York and Westchester County a lesson about messing with my First Amendment rights in 1994 so before you go hiring a law firm you might want to have a chat with that attorney priest the Diocese sent to convince me I had no case and that I was wrong to sue Westchester County for $300,000,000 dollars for violating my civil rights. He had to admit he was wrong on every point he raised and I was right.

I’m calling you out, Mark and you Jack, and The New York Fucking Times too. You exist at the pleasure of the people you serve, just like Congress does. Just like them that fact has escaped you somehow and you seem to believe that you are too big to fall. We shall see about that on November 4th. We’ll see what you have to say then when you know Trump and the DOJ and the full weight of the Senate Judiciary is going to come down on you hard.

In my opinion you are all garbage and you know it. In the parlance of computer programming what GIGO means don’t you? Garbage in, garbage out.

You’re out.

I’m being shadow banned

Black Female Veteran
I can't believe they are doing this

I just filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Justice against Facebook, Twitter and Google for illegally influencing this election. My campaign and story is being shadow banned by social media platforms because I am a black conservative female running to defeat the Democrats.

Facebook, Twitter, and Google have all engaged in banning unfavored political candidates, while our liberal opponents are provided with the valuable services of the companies for free.

I cannot stand up to big tech and the Democrats alone. Will you help me raise $10,000 in the next 24 hours to take this fight to the next level?

In case you don’t know what shadow-banning is, it’s the nefarious practice of secretly blocking or partially blocking political candidates. It’s happening to conservatives across the nation – it’s happening to ME.

The Left doesn’t want my story being shared on social media because as a black female, I dared to have my own views, I defy what is expected of me from the Democrat party and step out of line to express my conservative values.

They are targeting me because if elected, I would be the first black female Republican elected to the House of Representatives from California.

The odds are stacked against me, especially now that Big Tech has caught wind of my campaign and is aiding my opponent in attacks against me.

That’s why I need you to rush in your most generous contribution right now, so I have the resources to fight back and WIN on November 3rd.

Please, pitch in just $15, $25, $100 or even $500 right now to help me reach my $10,000 goal in the next 24 hours.

Thank you,

Aja Smith
United States Air Force Veteran
Republican Nominee for Congress

Paid for by Aja for CongressAja Smith is a retired member of the United States Air Force. Use of her military rank, job titles, and photographs in uniform does not imply endorsement by the Department of the Air Force or the Department of Defense.


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 April 11, 2018Charles Ramos Jrcambridge analyticaelectionfacebooklas vegasnewspolicerussiasenate hearings,spionagesushitech eventtechnologytreasonzuckerberg


Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook made his first appearance before Congress Tuesday to testify about what he knows about personal information from over 87,000,000 Facebook users that was shared with Cambridge Analytica without the knowledge or permission of Facebooks users.

Before questioning Mr. Zuckerberg on Tuesday the Senate Judiciary Chairman, Chuck Grassley, (R-Iowa) said, “The [social media] industry needs to work with Congress to determine if and how we need to strengthen privacy standards to ensure transparency for billions of consumers. We can’t undo the damage that’s been done, but we can work together in setting new rules of the road for our data.”

Zuckerberg suspended Facebook’s association with two additional data firms this past weekend that have ties to Cambridge Analytica.

Zuckerberg reemphasized his regrets for Facebook’s lapses in securing data privacy thus setting the stage for what is sure to be an uncomfortable appearance before Congress for its CEO. Zuckerberg is the sole witness at a joint hearing before the combined Senate Commerce and Judiciary committees Tuesday and the House Commerce committee Wednesday.

Released ahead of an appearance before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce on Wednesday, Zuckerberg stated for the record, “We didn’t take a broad enough view of our responsibility, and that was a big mistake. It was my mistake, and I’m sorry. I started Facebook, I run it, and I’m responsible for what happens here,”

Mr. Zuckerberg spoke with lawmakers Monday, on the day before he was scheduled to testify before the combined Senate Commerce and Judiciary committees Tuesday and the House Commerce committee Wednesday. This comes amidst amid an uproar of public concerns about how Facebook handles the private information of its users.

Facebook found itself having been manipulated during the elections in 2016, with the Russians exerting covert influence for the purpose of spreading discord amongst American voters. Facebook then had to admit that many tens of millions of Facebook users’ information might have been misused by a consulting firm involved in the presidential campaign of Donald Trump. The resulting tumult which ensued has Mr. Zuckerberg and the senior staff at Facebook in panic mode.

Recently the social media giant announced a number of initiatives aimed at better securing their user’s information and to prevent any future misusage of the network. The latest of these initiatives will be an election research committee, which will reportedly seek to include independent researchers who shall work closely in conjunction with Facebook in helping them to root out any further weaknesses in its security measures.

They shall also assist Facebook in seeking to prevent any future attempts at any enemies foreign, or domestic that might seek to perform any other such form of propaganda based election manipulation on the world social media stage.

This type of event actually has a name, it’s called espionage in the vernacular of the U.S. Department of Justice. To any American who takes any part in or is a party to/of the practice of this form of espionage, it means that they are guilty of what is more commonly known in the vernacular of the U.S. Department of Justice as treason.

 There are already articles of law in place which govern this type of crime and that we have already covered in a previous article In Schenck v. United States249 U.S. 47 (1919), a case concerning enforcement of the Espionage Act of 1917 during World War I. A unanimous Supreme Court, in an opinion by Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., concluded that defendants who distributed fliers to draft-age men, urging resistance to induction, could be convicted of an attempt to obstruct the draft, a criminal offense. The First Amendment did not alter the well-established law in cases where the attempt was made through expressions that would be protected in other circumstances. In this opinion, Holmes said that expressions which in the circumstances were intended to result in a crime, and posed a “clear and present danger” of succeeding, could be punished.

Nuff said. Thank you to USA TODAY and to the Washington Times for their contributions to this article.Image courtesy of Google and Yahoo News