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Can anyone explain to me the difference between what is doing in 2018 and what we accused Russia of doing in 2016?

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The stories of election meddling censorship on social media continue to pile up in 2018, and some fairly prominent politicians are beginning to take notice.

The democrats have been crying foul on so-called “Russian” election interference from a time before they had even lost the 2016 election to Donald Trump, believing that they can somehow invalidate the result of this contest through their constant casting of doubt.

Now, with 2018 looming, the tech giants of Silicon Valley have now decided to make their own waves in the nation’s electoral process, and have predictably avoided criticism for this in the mainstream media.

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That isn’t sitting well with President Trump’s campaign manager.

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Trump 2020 campaign manager Brad Parscale told CBS This Morning that members of the Left “weren’t very happy” that Facebook and the other members of the “Palo Alto Mafia” helped elect President Trump.

“I think that when the left found out that Facebook, a tool built by Silicon Valley, helped elect President Trump, they weren’t very happy,” Parscale said. “And so they want to do everything they can to help prevent conservative voices. And I think that you have multiple platforms I call the ‘Palo Alto mafia’ trying to stop that.”

Parscale himself was instrumental in the President’s victory, serving the campaign as its digital media strategist.

Parscale wrote exclusively on Breitbart News that Silicon Valley is meddling with free speech and elections, pointing out: “Unfortunately, Big Tech monsters like Google and Facebook have become nothing less than incubators for far-left liberal ideologies and are doing everything they can to eradicate conservative ideas and their proponents from the internet.”

Just earlier today we reported on yet another symptom of this viral outbreak of fascism, with Twitter permanently suspending conservative accounts over their publication of dry and un-opinionated facts.

 

 

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College Student Receives Criminal Charges For Uttering Racial Slurs While Walking By Student Apartments

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Two students who attend the University of Connecticut have been arrested and charged with hate crimes after they were recorded walking outside student apartments saying racial slurs, according to a report released by the Washington Post. Jarred Karal and Ryan Mucaj, both 21-year-old white students, have been charged with the misdemeanor of ridicule on account of creed, religion, color, denomination, nationality or race for violating a state statute concerning hate crimes. Here’s more from TheBlaze: The students also face potential discipline from the school, even possible expulsion, for violating the student code of conduct, UConn President Thomas C. Katsouleas said in a statement. “It is supportive of our core values to pursue accountability, through due process, for an egregious assault on our community that has caused considerable harm,” Katsouleas said. Karal and Mucaj, and a third unnamed student who was not charged, were walking by student housing and playing a game in which they yelled offensive words. According to the incident report, Karal and Mucaj began saying “n****” as they walked by student housing, and someone in the apartments began recording. The video captured of the incident went viral earlier this month, which sparked outrage among students and faculty. The video eventually made it into the hands of law enforcement. If you have any information about this racist recording at UConn. Please email [email protected] We will not tolerate racist behavior on this campus ✊🏿✊🏾✊🏽✊🏼 https://twitter.com/naacpuconn/status/1182821535670648833 The university NAACP has asked the school to take action against the students involved in the incident in order to make an example of them and allow other students to know that such behavior is unacceptable. Here’s a snippet from a letter the NAACP wrote to the university: “If the university does not adequately address and handle these occurrences of racism appropriately, it will create…

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