The Democrats, the Fake News Media, and the Big Tech Giants are waging an all-out war on conservative speech in America.
They’re doing everything they can to silence and censor anyone who doesn’t support their Far Left agenda.
And now Rush Limbaugh could be taken off the air if this one New York Times reporter gets his way.
With Joe Biden in the White House and Democrats in control of Congress, the far Left is ramping up their war on censorship like never before.
Major Fake News Media outlets even have a so-called “disinformation beat,” which is basically a way for CNN, NBC, and the New York Times to strongarm social media companies into censoring any content that makes the Democrats look bad, like they did with Hunter Biden’s laptop scandal.
One of the leaders of the Fake News Media’s war on conservative speech is none other than New York Times columnist Kevin Roose.
And in his latest column, Roose suggested that Joe Biden appoint a “Reality Czar” to help handle “extremism and disinformation” on the Internet.
“This task force could also meet regularly with tech platforms, and push for structural changes that could help those companies tackle their own extremism and misinformation problems. (For example, it could formulate ‘safe harbor’ exemptions that would allow platforms to share data about QAnon and other conspiracy theory communities with researchers and government agencies without running afoul of privacy laws.)” Roose began.
The most chilling part came with what Roose wrote next about how this could be used by our federal government.
“And it could become the tip of the spear for the federal government’s response to the reality crisis,” Roose wrote.
If Roose gets his way and Biden creates a “Reality Czar,” it could lead to conservatives like Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and Tucker Carlson getting kicked off the air for supposedly reporting “disinformation” on their shows.
It would allow a centralized government and group of powerful individuals to control the flow and approval of what information can reach Americans.
Roose’s plan sounds like it’s right at home with the actions of “The Party” in Orwell’s infamous novel 1984.