Episode 40 -Journalists arrested for not disclosing whistleblower
Last week's victory parade was short-lived, as the forces opposed to the First Amendment appear to have re-grouped started new attacks. Among the topics covered this week:
-A federal judge has locked up the two leaders of "True the Vote" who did the important work investigating voter fraud in the movie "2000 Mules". Catherine Engelbrecht and Greg Phillips are charged with contempt of court for not revealing the name of the source that tipped them off about electoral computer fraud and the exposure of personal information of millions of American voters to Chinese hackers. This one is a huge blow to freedom of the press, among other issues.
-The FBI source who contacted Facebook executives and demanded that they sit on the Hunter Biden laptop story in 2020 is now in charge of the federal oversight of "misinformation and disinformation" in online arenas.
-The government "disinformation board" that was supposedly scrapped after public outcry is back in operation by a different name, and is also being run by federal agents who collude and collaborate with the left wing social media executives.
-And the "new" Twitter that celebrates free speech and allows all opinions may not be quite as advertised. Some questionable personnel decisions by new CEO Elon Musk have conservative Twitter users concerned that the new boss might be "same as the old boss."
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