Liberal “Journalists” Now Demand That Other Conservative Voices Be Silenced


After big tech permanently banned President Trump, a few emboldened liberal journalist jumped into to demand that more voices on the right be silenced on social media.

Yahoo News reporter Alexander Nazaryan wrote in response to Trump being permanently banned, “Now do Jack Posobiec, Dan Scavino, Mollie Hemingway, Rogan O’Handley, Tucker Carlson …”

They haven’t called for violence, but Nazaryan wants them banned for espousing opinions he disagrees with.

Meanwhile, former NY Times editorial board member Sarah Jeong demanded that twitter permanently remove the account of independent journalist Andy Ngo.

Ngo is best known for documenting Portland’s left-wing extremist movement Antifa. He has been physically attacked for his efforts.

She claims that Ngo’s reporting “is a very real threat to our neighbors”. She elaborated that the threat is that Ngo posts the mugshots of arrested Antifa members.

Of course, those mugshots are public record.The arrested Antifa members said their lives have been ruined not because of the crimes they committed and resulting arrest, but because Ngo posted their mugshots online.”

ABC’s News political director Rick Klein wants a “cleansing” of all Trump supporters.

In a now deleted tweet, Klein wrote, “even aside from impeachment and 25th Amendment talk, Trump will be an ex-president in 13 days. The fact is that getting rid of Trump is the easy part.Cleansing the movement he commands, or getting rid of what he represents to so many Americans, is going to be something else.”

How does he plan on “cleansing” them? Does he want concentration camps? Forced reeducation camps or them rounded up and executed?

Meanwhile, alternative social media site Parler has gone dark after being suspended by Amazon Cloud.

Parlo CEO John Matze says that they will try to "get back online as quickly as possible."

Matze says the site may be down for up to a week.

Google suspended Parler from its app store Friday due to a failure to moderate "egregious content" posted by users while Apple also suspended it from its App Store even as it surged to the No. 1 spot.

Matze says:

“we will try our best to move to a new provider right now as we have many competing for our business. However, Amazon, Google and Apple purposefully did this in a coordinated effort knowing our options would be limited and knowing this would inflict the most damage right as President Trump was banned from the tech companies.”