Sean Hannity is a popular mainstay of Fox News Channel’s primetime lineup.
But Hannity reached his breaking point.
Sean Hannity took his audience by surprise with a suggestion about quitting.
Social media companies continue to censor conservatives to prevent anyone that disagrees with the Democrat Party from exercising their ability to speak freely on the internet.
The latest example of Big Tech’s crackdown on conservatives came when Facebook removed Lara Trump’s interview with Donald Trump.
In an email to Lara Trump, Facebook claimed Donald Trump’s voice was too dangerous for users to hear so they were going to wipe the video of the Trump interview off their platform.
“In line with the block we placed on Donald Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts, further content posted in the voice of Donald Trump will be removed and result in additional limitations on the accounts,” the Facebook email to Lara Trump read.
Sean Hannity discussed Facebook claiming the sound of Donald Trump’s voice incites violence with former George W. Bush press secretary Ari Fleischer and former top Trump advisor Dan Scavino.
“Now Dan Scavino, who works for President Trump — just ’cause you work for President Trump, you can’t post on Facebook,” Hannity began.
Hannity added that Facebook’s censorship became so ideological and heavy-handed against Republicans that maybe it was time for all conservatives to quit Facebook.
“Why is anybody on Facebook anymore that is a conservative?” Hannity added. “It’s time to leave, we’re not wanted there.”
One of the usual rejoinders to Republicans that pointed out the Big Tech bias against conservatives is to “go build your own platform.”
That happened with Parler.
Parler was a free speech alternative to Facebook and Twitter.
But in a coordinated decapitation, Amazon removed Parler from their servers and Google and Apple took down Parler from their app store.
In one fell swoop Parler lost their web hosting and no American was able to download the app to their phone.
The tech monopolies claimed Parler acted as a breeding ground for planning the January 6 riot at the Capitol.
But no one arrested in the mayhem cited Parler as where they planned the attack, but plenty of rioters used Facebook and Twitter.
Facebook and Twitter also falsely claimed Donald Trump incited the attack and banned him from their platforms.
Now Facebook is going even further.
It’s not enough for Facebook to prevent Donald Trump from posting content on his Facebook page.
Facebook is taking the next step and resorting to the tactics of Joe Stalin where Stalin would airbrush party figures that fell out of favor and ended up in the gulag or dead out of photos by now claiming that no one can see or hear President Trump on Facebook.
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