Facebook Censoring July 17 watch date, and racism
Jul 18, 2019
According to a former Google programmer, their censoring resulted in a minimum of 2.6 million votes for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election. The count may be as a high as 10 million. This came out in Senate hearings recently. Preventing the public from receiving information is a very effective way to rig an election.
Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg also admitted in the hearings that they were censoring those they do not like or agree with.
Censorship is alive and well! Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg admitted that the social media giant actively interfered with political speech leading up to the Irish abortion referendum. Facebook systematically deleted posts it didn’t like while promoting those it did.
This censoring goes far beyond Facebook. All of the big media companies do it now, and many do it to those who are not involved in politics at all. For instance, Dutch Sinse is often censored by Youtube for reporting earthquakes that the US Geological Service tries to hide or downgrade. Many Youtubers have to refrain from using certain terms which will get their videos banned or de-monetized.
All of this is causing others to create structure for an alternative media that the Social Media giants cannot control. In the long run, they are hurting themselves, but their prime agenda is not the make money. It is to assert their own political agenda.
I might add that the Constitution does not guarantee CORRECT speech. It only guarantees FREE speech. In order to have free speech, one must have the freedom to be politically incorrect. I learned many years ago that true freedom is the right to do stupid things. The government should not try to protect us from acting stupidly, because that would give them right to determine the definition of stupidity.
July 17 was a Watch Date for Q (or Qanon)
President Trump packed a large stadium for a political rally last evening. This had to be one of his largest gatherings ever, and thousands were unable to get in. Anyway, someone near the front held up a baby, which the president acknowledge during his speech. The baby had a “Q” on her back.
Q post 3440 posts a link to this picture.
We were reminded of Q post 2347 dated October 5, 2018.
Important moment in time.
The picture will be the signifier.
The signifier will ‘force’ the Q.
The Q will be answered ((WWG1WA)).
The link in the above post goes to two pictures from some past rally, but it does not picture any babies. Yet the Twitter address reads “Q_ANONBaby”. It appears that the “Baby” picture has finally come out last night, and that it is an important time marker. Last night, of course, was July 17, and Q is the 17th letter of our alphabet. Q has made a point of this many times.
Q also uses many double meanings. In this case, Q also means “Question,” and the big question that the mainstream news media refuses to ask (up to now) is “Who is Q?” We have been waiting a long time for someone to ask that Question. Perhaps someone will now ask that question at a public news conference.
Finally, the long-awaited congressional vote for impeaching Trump finally happened yesterday. It failed overwhelmingly, even though the Democrats hold a majority in congress. More Democrats voted against the resolution than for it.
The resolution was based on Trump’s supposed “racist remarks” when he stated that if immigrants really hate this country so much, they should go back where they came from, fix the problems in their home countries, and then come and tell us how to do it. That was interpreted as “racist,” of course.
The problem is that last week AOC called the Democratic Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi a “racist” as well. The president came to her defense. AOC succeeded only in making the term more meaningless, because if Nancy Pelosi is a racist, so is everyone. If everyone is a racist, then the term becomes meaningless. AOC just discredited herself, so now no one will take her seriously whenever she tries to paint anyone else as a racist.
She and other Democrats try to paint Donald Trump as a racist as well. No one made that claim until Trump decided to run for president. In fact, Trump is one of the few who have received the Ellis Island Medal of Honor, along with Rosa Parks and Muhammed Ali, administered by the National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations (NECO).
Trump has done more for black people than any other president in history, even before he became president. For this reason, black leaders used to love him. Here he is with Jesse Jackson:
Here he is with rapper, Snoop Dog:
More recently, here he is with Melania and others:
I have posted videos in the past year where Trump has met with black Christian leaders and has signed bills and executive orders that even Barack Obama would not sign.
So it is clear that the accusation that “Trump is a racist” is a political smear campaign, rather than a serious charge. Nonetheless, this is politics, where nothing is as it seems.