Pulse nightclub jihad massacre survivors sue tech giants over ‘material support’ to ISIS

Geller Report: “The expansion and success of ISIS is in large part due to its use of the defendants’ social media platforms to promote and carry out its terrorist activities,” the lawsuit reads. “But for ISIS’s postings using defendants’ social media platforms, Mateen would not have engaged in his Orlando attack.”

Yes, and the social media giants let ISIS have a platform, allowing them to “act with impunity.” Instead of closing terrorists’ accounts, the social media giants cracked down hard on conservatives’ account, choking off our platforms and denying us the right to air our views. This is a massive problem, perhaps the biggest problem the U.S. faces today. Without the freedom of speech, we are not a free society. And the social media giants, which are conforming to sharia blasphemy laws, have far too much control over the means of communication in this country today. They need to be broken up, before even more damage is done.  more

4 Comments on Pulse nightclub jihad massacre survivors sue tech giants over ‘material support’ to ISIS

  1. The Pulse people have a point.
    Social media dumps most conservative posts so they cannot say that censorship of terrorist activities is not possible. Claiming free speech rights to
    enable jihadists to have a platform is plain out despicable. Social media sites have been perverted to include all types of very nasty things and should give any sane user more reasons to dump these sites.

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  2. The latest censorship is Diamond and Silk’s restriction by Facebook. They’ve been determined to be a community threat. This should be interesting.

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  3. The sooner the tech companies are broken up the safer our 1A rights will be.

    Anyone else got their notification that microsoft is ‘updating’ their ‘terms of service’? I got one right after I joined NRA.

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