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The Blue Pill.
Are you (the public) still trying to decide which pill to take?  Allow me to help you make a decision.
In the article below Far Left organizations have admitted to censoring Conservative voices on social media. They admit to trying to sway the opinion in favor of the Left.
Isn't America all about freedom of speech?  Do you really wish to support those who want to take away our freedoms?

Take the Red Pill and keep Communism out of our country!


Quote:by Jim Hoft August 20, 2018 162 Comments

In January 2017 after Hillary Clinton was shellacked in the November 2016 election top Democrat operatives at Media Matters, Share Blue, American Bridge, and CREW came together and released their two-year plan to take back power in Washington DC.

Share Blue is a far left website that works with the Democrat party and claims to reach 140 million people a month.
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The Washington Free Beacon obtained a copy of this document
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The Free Beacon published this lengthy document by David Brock, the founder of Soros-funded Media Matters website, from a January donor retreat.
The 49 page memo outlined how the George Soros-funded groups Media Matters, American Bridge, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) and Shareblue planned to undermine President Trump’s agenda and help Democrats win control of Congress and the White House by 2020.

On page two of the plan these top far left organizations announced their strategy.
They will work with the tech giants to eliminate “right wing propaganda and fake news.”
It is right there on page 2:
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The document then claims that Media Matters and far left groups have “access to raw data from Facebook, Twitter, and other social media sites” so they can “systemically monitor and analyze this unfiltered data.”
According to their report these far left groups have been working with Facebook and Twitter to eliminate conservative content.
Via The Daily Wire:
Quote:“The earlier we can identify a fake news story, the more effectively we can quash it,” the memo states. “With this new technology at our fingertips, researchers monitoring news in real time will be able to identify the origins of a lie with mathematical precision, creating an early warning system for fake news and disinformation.”
The memo went on to state that Media Matters had a discussion with Facebook on how to crack down on fake news, including Media Matters providing the social media giant with “a detailed map of the constellation of right-wing Facebook pages that had been the biggest purveyors of fake news.” The memo also bragged that Media Matters provided Google with “the information necessary to identify 40 of the worst fake new sites” that would be prevented from using Google’s advertising network.

And this is exactly what happened.
In 2016 The Gateway Pundit was one of the few conservative sites that supported candidate Trump – along with Breitbart, The Drudge Report, Infowars, Zero Hedge, Conservative Treehouse and several others.
In 2017 Harvard and Columbia Journalism Review found that The Gateway Pundit was the 4th most influential conservative news source in the 2016 election.
Because of this we were targeted and have seen our numbers related to Facebook and Twitter decline dramatically.
This had nothing to do with the quality of our posts as we have proof that our generic numbers are up and and continue to increase.
In February Facebook launched another algorithm change to their platform. With the changes we saw our traffic dwindle even further.
We weren’t the only ones to be affected. The algorithmic change caused President Donald Trump’s engagement on Facebook posts to plummet a whopping 45%.
In contrast, according to Breitbart’s Allum Bokhari, Senators Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Bernie Sanders (I-VT) do not appear to have suffered a comparable decline in Facebook engagement.
Facebook took our money for advertising and promised a fair playing field. Facebook lied to us and every conservative group in America.  And, according to far left groups, Facebook is working with liberal organizations to eliminate conservative content.
A recent Pew Study found that 71% of Americans see how tech giants are censoring political content.
And they are.

A Gateway Pundit June study of top conservative news outlets found that Facebook has eliminated 93% of traffic to top conservative websites.
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Facebook began eliminating conservative content after the 2016 election.
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With the convoluted politics of the US still causing the country's electorate to scratch their heads on whether a two-term
coup had taken place, the American mainstream media's craving to call President Trump a traitor is struggling.

But the ever-serious BBC have rested their concerns of the movers and shakers of the world and decided to return to what
they know best. Namely the autocratic London elite and ticking the boxes on the list provided by their Diversity Department.

Don't let them fool you, all the images are from the London Underground and stock-photography. Chances are, the author
of this article probably never left their desk.


Quote:Anti-social commuters: Your tales of bad travel etiquette.

'Returning to work after a blissful Bank Holiday can be tiresome enough without being faced with your fellow
commuters' annoying habits. Here are some of our readers' tales of irksome travel etiquette.

The nail clippers.
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Simon Johns was once two seats away from a man who decided the London Underground was the perfect place
to trim his toenails. "As we left Euston, the shoes came off, then the socks, then out came the clippers," said the
50-year-old from London.

"Shards of toenail were sent pinging around the carriage - those in the vicinity were fairly appalled, but London
being London no-one said a thing." Elizabeth Morfakis, 23, from Norfolk, was on a bus in London with a friend
when "a clipping landed right near us". "We looked at each other in a confused and mildly disgusted way but
didn't say anything," she said.

"The passenger got off at the next stop seemingly without a care in the world, leaving a small gift of clippings scattered
around the area they'd been sat in for other lucky passengers to enjoy."

Andrew Randle, 45, from Berkshire was on a Waterloo to Reading train when he heard the "clicking and occasional
pinging noises" of another travel trimmer. "Another passenger noticed him, she was equally perplexed -and the look
between us before I left was one of joint incredulity and bemusement," he said.

The talkers.
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Jessica Cavanagh, 20, said she hated people who spoke loudly about personal matters on her rail commute between
Leicester and Birmingham. "I don't need to know about what your dog's poo looked like this morning," she said.
Steve White said he confronted a man who spent 45 minutes talking on two mobile phones while facing a quiet sign.

"He was totally indignant and really quite abusive saying I had no right to ask him to shut up and he was not harming anyone,"
said the 52-year-old from Manchester. "He did eventually stop making calls but only after a further few minutes. I think he was
trying to prove a point. He did. He proved an inability to read and to consider anyone except himself."

The eaters.
David Thornton, 60, from west Somerset, said he was irritated by food aromas, even those from sushi.
"Perhaps one of the most interesting meals was a girl in the seat opposite who, immediately after the train started to move
out of the station, decided to open her pre-packed mixed sushi delight and for the next hour or so picked slowly at the
decomposing raw fish," he said.

Helen Williams, 26, from Manchester said: "A woman sat next to me, opened a family tray of supermarket cold water prawns
and ate the whole packet with her fingers. No shame." Rob Boyd, 49, from London, said he could not deal with "the chap who
eats his muesli out of a Tupperware tub, ritually between Clapham and Vauxhall each morning slurping it really loudly".
"It's gross and he never seems to finish it all," he added...'

The make-uppers.
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People doing their make up on the train is a regular source of complaint.

Michael Boyd, 61, said he had been dusted with face powder by nearby make-uppers. "I have also been sprayed in the face
as a lady squirted perfume on to her neck," he said. "I coughed very loudly... and she scowled at me."

One anonymous woman, who works for a train operator, said she had seen full makeovers on her journeys around the West
Midlands. She watched a woman spend 30 minutes applying make-up.

"[She] proceeded to do a full-on application of foundation, blending away merrily, followed by contouring, lip liner, lip colour,
eye shadow, eye liner, eyelashes, then a final flourish of powder all over the face - to set it in place I assume.
"Some of the other passengers were looking quite bemused, others just a glance - so clearly totally normal for their journey."

The woman who works for a train operator said she had also seen "a middle aged lady get the nail polish out and proceed
to not only give her fingernails a good top up but also add a layer to her toenails as well".
"It has become the norm to bring bathroom habits to the train journey to presumably snatch a few extra minutes sleep in the
morning," she said.

The recliners.
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"Feet on seats is never, ever acceptable," said Phil Dibbs, from North Yorkshire. "I always ask people to put their feet down."
"Part of it is seat blocking and part of it is a lack of respect. It's a complete disregard of other people."
Martin Officer said it was "totally selfish" and annoyed him "particularly as they would never do it at home".

Other bug bears from readers included putting bags or dogs on seats, sitting in other people's reserved seats and people
parking themselves next to the aisle when the window seat is vacant...'
BBC:

Will you bring flowers to the established media's graveside?


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Remember when Tommy Robinson was accused and at the time, arrested for filming on Magistrate Court property
and possibly tainting the verdict of the Rotherham grooming-gang trial...? Remember how outraged the media were
that such a non-journalistic action was performed?

It hurts me as much as the next person to say this, but the photographed men below are innocent until proven guilty
and reporting in The Sun's manner, must surely effect a fair outcome?

Quote:'SNATCHED AWAY' Rotherham grooming gang trial.
Teenage girl ‘had sex with 100 Asian men by age 16’ and was pregnant at 15
Sheffield Crown Court heard how the girl had her childhood 'snatched away' by years of sexual abuse.

'A young girl was "passed around" and had sex with 100 men by the time she was 16, jurors in a child sex
abuse trial were told. The girl, who cannot be named for legal reasons, claims the abuse she suffered between
1998 and 2001 began when she was just 13 years old.

Her harrowing account was given in a video interview played at the trial of eight men accused of sexual abuse
of five girls over a five-year period from 1998 to 2003.

They were arrested and charged as part of Operation Stovewood -a police investigation into sexual abuse
launched after the Rotherham grooming scandal.

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Mohammed Imran Ali Akhtar, (Left_ 36, arrived at Sheffield Crown Court with his face covered and

Tanweer Ali, 36, is accused of two counts of indecent assault, two counts of rape and one of false
imprisonment.

Sheffield Crown Court, South Yorks., heard how her phone number would be "passed around" between men.
She said: "I can honestly say that by the age of 16 I had slept with 100 Asian men -some I didn't see again.
"The ones who come and use you for one time are the ones who are hard to remember.

"As soon as you get to know them your number gets passed around.
"Asian lads demanding to meet you - then you meet a new group and it went on like that.
"I didn't know at the time I was being passed around when I was 13 but I know now I'm older."

Tanweer Ali, 37, and Mohammed Imran Ali Akhtar, 37, are both accused of indecently assaulting the girl between
1998 and 2001 when she was under the age of 16.
Ali and Akhtar would have been aged between 17 and 20 during the alleged period of offending.

The victim described how she initially disliked Ali Akhtar, of Rotherham.
However she eventually "fell" for the delivery driver when he made her feel special by visiting her "every day" after
he finished his shift in the early hours of the morning. She became pregnant with his son at the age of 14 and gave
birth to him when she was 15.

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Nabeel Kurshid, (Left) 34, is charged with two counts of rape and one of indecent assault and
Iqlak Yousaf, 33, faces two counts of rape and two counts of indecent assault.

The victim claimed sexual activity with Ali Akhtar continued throughout pregnancy.
She told how and after their son was born, she "tricked" Akhtar into meeting his child when he visited her hoping for sex.
The victim told how her sister was also allegedly abused by Ali Akhtar.
She said: "We were children one minute and adults the next.
"We were snatched away."

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Amjal Rafiq, (Left) 38, faces one count of indecent assault and one charge of false imprisonment
and Salah Ahmed El-Hakam, 38, is charged with rape.


Ali, also of Rotherham, and Ali Akhtar are on trial with six other men, all accused of committing historic sex offences in
Rotherham against five alleged victims.
The trial continues...'
The Sun:


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