Not Tired of Winning Yet LXXV

Upon hearing that Facebook and Twitter and Instragram banned Milo Yiannopoulos (my old boss), Louis Farrakhan were banned from Facebook and Instagram on Thursday, as were the accounts of InfoWars, Alex Jones, Paul Joseph Watson, Laura Loomer, and Paul Nehlen were also banned for being “dangerous”, President Trump immediately leaped to the defense of Alex Jones, showing that, unlike any other politician ever, he understood the point of the famous saying by Martin Neimoeller:

  • First they came for Alex Jones, I did not speak out, because I was not a Fundamentalist.
  • Then they came for Milo Yiannopoulos, I did not speak out, because I was not a Catholic.
  • Then they came for Laura Loomer, I did not speak up, because I was not a Jew.
  • Then they came for me — and there was no one left to speak for me.


The news broke before Facebook had actually banned all of their accounts across its platforms. Loomer and Yiannopoulos were still able to post to Instagram for nearly an hour after the Washington Post, the Atlantic, CNN, and the Verge published stories saying they were banned.

For a reason too obvious and unseemly to mention, these various persons are all uniformly described in the media reporting this case as “far-right” or “alt-right” including Farrakhan and Yiannopoulos.

No one seems to notice the irony of punishing pro-Jihadist black men for being white supremacists, homosexuals for homophobia, or Jews for antisemitism.

It is not as if hypocrisy is a side effect of political correctness. It is as if hypocrisy is the point.

Upon hearing that Facebook would also punish anyone who re-posted material from the unpersons placed in the Index of Forbidden Thoughtcrimes, rapper Snoop Dogg asked his million Facebook followers to all repost Farrakhan vids, saying “They can’t ban us all.”

Perhaps in that same spirit, President Trump re-tweeted a video from Alex Jones Infowars, showing a pro-Trump rally of blacks in MAGA hats, calmly discussing why the screaming, frothing anti-Trump counter-protesters across the street were filled with hate, but they were not.

My heart swells with pride when I recall supporting Mr. Trump back when I was berated and cursed for doing so from those I otherwise would have called friend. I correctly foresaw that he would be an effective voice against the press, who are the Mouth of Sauron, and the prime source of all evils in the modern world. I would support him again, just for this, just for the sheer nonchalance of double dog daring the tekkies to ban him by his casual defiance of their petty little tyranny.

Whether the tech giants will close down his account in retaliation, or the Dems in Congress impeach him, remains to be seen.

I normally would post a link to the video mentioned, or the news stories reporting this, but the search engine will only return far-left propaganda pieces, with not a single liberal, central, or rightwing report or mention. The video itself, which contains no controversial material whatsoever, has evaporated without a trace.

Only the condemnations by Brian Stelter of CNN is available, condemning the video while carefully avoiding any mention of its content.

This is Fake News at its Fakest, and it is Big Brother at his Biggest.

Here is the sole news source I can find that shows the allegedly hate-speech-filled verboten video, following CNN’s insolently fake condemnation of it: