For some time, Elizabeth Warren (whose Indian name is Lying Dog) has promoted breaking up the big tech giants (Google, Facebook, Twitter, et al.) to create a fairer environment for all. I’m sure I am not the only observer perplexed by Warren’s crusade for fairness, as the unethical, immoral, and illegal business practices of big tech are much to the benefit of liberals like Warren and the Democratic Party.
She must have gotten the message. Now, predictably, Warren is all about big tech continuing and even increasing its censorship of anyone she doesn’t like or agree with.
Cloaked in the language of stopping hate speech, which is all speech that liberals don’t like, especially when that speech is the embarrassing truth aimed at any liberal, Warren tweeted that “tech companies” have an “obligation” to “stop these vile lies dead in their tracks.”
Defending Kamala Harris, herself a noted hijacker of ethnicity for personal gain, Warren took to Twitter, imploring “tech companies” to censor criticism of Harris as racist, inspiring over 8,000 responses in just nine hours.
The attacks against @KamalaHarris are racist and ugly. We all have an obligation to speak out and say so. And it’s within the power and obligation of tech companies to stop these vile lies dead in their tracks.
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) June 29, 2019
A tweetstorm ensued in which some commenters applauded Warren’s efforts. Here’s one by a person with the interesting handle (((antiantisemite))):
Thank you, Senator Warren. I truly appreciate your speaking out against this. We can’t allow another racist “birtherism” conspiracy to take root.
— (((antiantisemite))) (@Tristanshouts) June 29, 2019
Many, however, took aim at Warren for her hypocrisy:
You’re also not Native American.
Should I be banned for saying that ??♂️?
— Daniel Bostic (@debostic) June 29, 2019
What about the real attacks by your friends Antifa today in Portland Oregon ?
Is this the people you represent ?
— JESSE JAMES (@1bigbeer) June 29, 2019
I see you got the race Hustlers memo today.
Yall all say the same stuff.
— Brandon Tatum (@TheOfficerTatum) July 1, 2019
Well, the attacks against @POTUS are ugly as well, but you all just keep going. Why is it okay to attack one person, but not another? ?♀️?
— Ryan Ann (@RyanAnn327) June 30, 2019
One commenter put it to her squarely:
So you advocate censorship for things you don’t like?
— Glenn Dusz (@gjdhdparts) June 30, 2019