GROTESQUE CENSORSHIP: Big Tech Purging President Trump From Multiple Platforms

President Donald Trump pauses as he speaks during a campaign rally, Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Big Tech is purging President Trump from most platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and now Shopify.

“This is grotesque behavior,” nationally-syndicated talk show host Todd Starnes said. “Big Tech gets to control what you say, what you think and what you do. If your political philosophies differ, you will be deplatformed.”

Following a “disappointed” tweet about Vice President Mike Pence not blocking the electoral vote certification on Wednesday, President Trump sent out a video condemning the violence taking place in Washington D.C. at the Capitol building.

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So, what’s the problem?

It was what he said at the beginning of the video, according to critics.

Watch the full clip here.

In the video, he insists on election fraud during the intro, which infuriated many.

Twitter, Instagram and Facebook swiftly took action by suspending his account temporarily. Following these events, Shopify decided to ban Trump merchandise completely. They released this statement:

I tested this out myself. I put in the website address and got the following error message.

How soon will it be before anything Trump-related is considered “hate speech” and is banned from online? I may be hyperbolic, but crazier things have already been said and done in the first week of 2021.

If you have been wanting to by a MAGA hat, I’d snatch one up before it’s too late.

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