Kweli: I’m not Violating Twitter’s Rules when I Say ‘Calling a Coon a Coon Ain’t an Attack’

Kweli: I’m not Violating Twitter’s Rules when I Say ‘Calling a Coon a Coon Ain’t an Attack’

In case you haven’t noticed (though, if you’re reading this, you probably have) more and more in recent years the opinions of Conservative bloggers, reporters, politicians and their followers have been disappearing from the Internet, and it their place, the voices of liberal bloggers, reporters, politicians and their followers have become dominant. Okay, so why is this happening? Have Conservatives given up? You’d think so by their lack of Internet presence. However, that couldn’t be further from the truth.

If you were to look open up your web browser and put Donald Trump’s name into your favorite search engine, chances are you would probably have to scroll through several hundred links before finding one that flatters him.

This is an illusion . . . a smokescreen.

All one needs to do is to consider who owns some of these search engines and then the truth will be revealed. While companies like Google promise the people not to censor their searches or YouTube content, and even make themselves look like an advocate of anti-censor laws, if you read the fine print in their company policies, you’ll see that they are against “hate speech”. Well, that’s all in the eye of the beholder. And these, days, all one needs to do to offend somebody with “hate speech” is open their mouth.

It’s the same story with social media, as seen in rapper Talib Kweli’s Twitter battle with journalist Jerome Hudson.

Find out what Kweli said on the next page.

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