Taking Advantage of the Latest Crisis

by: Brent Smith

Isn’t it a funny thing. Not funny ha-ha, but funny interesting, that government hacks on both sides have figured out the formula behind the acquisition of power.

You can do it the old fashioned way, by slowly and methodically winning the hearts and minds of the voting public. But that’s hard, time consuming, and requires actual ideas and ideals.

Rather, as they’ve discovered relatively recently, you can grab power from the people and other branches of government by two means. You can war-game a number of scenarios, that when disaster-A befalls us, you do B to acquire power and control. If it’s C, you do D and so on. That way you’ll be prepared and ready to take advantage of whatever crisis arises. The only downfall to this is that you can’t really predict when the crisis will hit, so you have to be patient. read more

Social Media “Proactively” Deletes Photos and Videos

Can anyone recall the many times that Twitter banned information or announcements, photos and videos of protests and riots by Antifa and BLM in the dozens of various cities last year, because it must have been hundreds. Or maybe it was zero times. It’s so hard to say. After all, hundreds and zero are so very similar.

from the Blaze:

Facebook to ban and remove photos and videos from Capitol protest; content labeled as ‘promotion of criminal activity’

Several Big Tech companies censored the president on social media

Facebook announced it would ban and remove photos and videos from the protest at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. The social media platform claims that photos and videos from Wednesday’s events violate Facebook’s policy of “promotion of criminal activity.”

Immediately following the Capitol protest, Facebook and Instagram locked the account of President Donald Trump for 24 hours for “two policy violations.” read more