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Twitter OK With Trending Hashtag Pushing For Killing Kavanaugh

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Sunday, people started to notice that on the heels of banning more conservatives for talking about the Kavanaugh hearings, that a trending hashtag with about 40 tweets was trending that seems out of place, #KillKavanaugh, and had been up for days and brought to the attention of the safety boards on Twitter.

Seems to have started around Sept 26:

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So popular, after 2-3 tweets, on the 29 it was made into a panel discussion to help get the word out:

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Laura Loomer Financially Attacked: First PayPal And Now Chase Bank

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The conservative Jewish Journalist Laura Loomer is organizing a black-out protest to stay away from social media for a 48-hour period starting February 20th after she was financially attacked. Laura Loomer received an unexpected notification when she tried accessing her Chase bank account, stating that her she was suspended from accessing her online account. Laura then called the Chase bank but was told she need to go into a branch in order to receive the help he need. When Laura went to the branch in person – as she was instructed- the bank requested two forms of identification. After Laura showed them her two forms of identification, the bank told her they were unable to give her access to her account without an explanation.

Laura Loomer was banned from PayPal two weeks ago, which was her main source of income. After two weeks, Laura tried to withdraw the remaining balance she had of $554.07, but PayPal will not allow Loomer to have access to her own money.

 

This is not the first time companies like PayPal, Chase, GoFundMe, Patreon, to name a few,  have banned conservatives from using their platforms. Laura Loomer is a loud advocate for free speech and tends to get her point across in daring ways like no other conservative does. Laura has been de-platformed from social medias such as Twitter and is now being financially crippled. Could this been a coordinated attack against her?

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TROLL ALERT: President Trump Fights Twitter Censorship In The Most Epic Way!

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On Friday night, Twitter censored and later removed a video clip from President Trump’s feed after the band REM complained about the copyrighted song that was playing in the background of the video. Mike Mills from the band REM to the fight on Twitter responding to anyone’s comments on his decision to report the post and made sure everyone knew how much he disliked the President.

Without hesitation, President Trump once again tweeted the same video clip made by Carpe Donktum but this time with a different music in the background. “God bless the U.S.A.” replace the song from REM, which fit much perfectly. Trump being Trump, he pined the post to the top of his page.

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BIG TECH TYRANNY: President Trump Censored By Twitter After Sharing A Meme

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On Friday after declaring a National Emergency, President Trump retweeted a parody video meme of the State of the Union Address and pined it on the top of his page. Within hours, the video was no longer visible for anyone to see. However, the video can still be viewed from the account that originally uploaded and created it.

When the President’s supporters noticed Twitter censoring Trump’s retweet,  Carpe Donktum then re-posted his parody video on the thread with the caption “Twitter censoring you Mr. President? I got you fam.

 

According to Twitter’s reason for taking down the video only from the President’s page was due to copyright music playing in the background of the  video. REM were the band playing but decided to reach out to Twitter and not have their music played by Trump since they dislike the President. However, the independent journalist Ali Alexander suggested some legal advice for Carpe Donktum to keep the video on under the repurposing of art.

 

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