I just added the following to my The Mozilla Monster article ...
In yet another stunning, radical left-sided display of utter contempt for free speech and mind-numbing hypocrisy, Mozilla published a blog post following the defeat of President Trump in the fraudulent 2020 U.S. presidential election.
There is no question that social media played a role in the attempted coup and take-over of the US Capitol on January 6.
Protestors were allowed to enter the capital building, there was no coup, nor any attempt at one, but for the radical leftists, facts don't matter.
Since then there has been significant focus on the deplatforming of President Donald Trump. By all means the question of when to deplatform a head of state is a critical one, among many that must be addressed. When should platforms make these decisions? Is that decision-making power theirs alone?
...says the corporation who claims to champion free speech, except of course when someone says something they don't agree with.
But as reprehensible as the actions of Donald Trump are, the rampant use of the internet to foment violence and hate, and reinforce white supremacy is about more than any one personality. Donald Trump is certainly not the first politician to exploit the architecture of the internet in this way, and he won’t be the last. We need solutions that don’t start after untold damage has been done.
The hypocrisy is unbelievable. The same bunch of radical left retards who support and fund violent, self-admitted Marxists and extremists like Antifa and Black Lives Matter who spent 2020 burning, looting, beating, killing and defunding the police, are now calling largely peaceful protestors who were permitted to enter the capital building, violent white supremacists, lumping in with them the many thousands who didn't enter the building and the 10's of millions who supported Trump.