Censorship is running rampant in the world of social media, and the powers that be at places like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube are behind all of it.
Fortunately, there are still a few good Americans left out there that have decided they can no longer keep quiet about the corrupt nature of these companies.
And Tucker Carlson couldn’t believe what he was hearing when this whistleblower went on his show and laid it all bare.
Morgan Kahmann is a Facebook data center technician. He recently appeared on Tucker Carlson’s show to discuss what he knows about Facebook’s censorship of those who question the coronavirus vaccine.
Previously Kahmann had defected to Project Veritas about this censorship, and Carlson was giving him the opportunity to talk in even more detail.
“Anything that questions the vaccine or the narrative regarding the vaccine, which is, you know, everyone should get the vaccine and the vaccine is good and you’re not going to get many bad side effects, anything outside of that realm is basically considered under ‘vaccine hesitancy’ by Facebook’s algorithms,” Kahmann said.
Kahmann went on to tell Carlson that Facebook is fearful that negative vaccine posts will cause Americans to opt-out.
“They’re afraid of what people might conclude if they see that other people are having negative side effects. They think that this is going to drive up vaccine hesitancy among the population, and they see that as something that they have to combat,” Kahmann told Carlson.
Once again, Zuckerberg believes it is his job to tell the American people how to think, and, unfortunately, he has the ability to profoundly impact their news which is a major part of Americans forming their political opinions.
Too many people are brainwashed by the lies they see on social media these days.
According to Kahmann, his “moral compass” told him something wasn’t right about these tactics Facebook was employing, and he needed to speak up.
“My moral compass says that is not the right thing to do because basically, the users at Facebook are not aware that this is going on and if you’re using Facebook or a social platform and they’re censoring the content of your comments unbeknownst to you, I think that’s highly immoral,” Kahmann continued.
It’s no secret that most individuals who speak out against Big Tech end up losing their jobs, but Kahmann says he’s not worried about that because if he hadn’t said something, then he’d have to live with that guilt for the rest of his life.
“I believe that any consequences that are bestowed onto me by Facebook as a result of this leak and these documents that I leaked to Project Veritas- I think that all of these consequences don’t really weigh much when it comes to having to live with myself,” Kahmann declared. “I saw these documents, and I had the opportunity to, you know, show the public this and what’s going on behind the scenes, and I didn’t do it, and so I wouldn’t be able to live with myself after that.”
One can only hope that there are more brave men and women working at these companies who are willing to speak up.