The New York Times has apologized for publishing an opinion supported by 58 percent of Americans, written by a U.S. Senator.— Ben Domenech (@bdomenech) June 4, 2020
Isn't the official @nytimes statement written to give readers the false impression there was a factual error in the piece?— John McCormack (@McCormackJohn) June 4, 2020
"expanding our fact checking operation"
But they haven't identified an error or issued a correction.https://t.co/v5lZUTS1tR
Reminder that @amazon banned our documentary “Hoaxed”, a film that exposes the hatred and division caused by the mainstream media.— Systemic Jon du Toit (@jondutoit) June 4, 2020
Why does Amazon censor voices promoting peace?https://t.co/yug3TDAgOj@elonmusk @realDonaldTrump @DonaldJTrumpJr @Cernovich @TrueLegendFilms
#Section230 requires that platforms like Facebook, Google, YouTube, and Twitter promote a "true diversity of political discourse."— PragerU (@prageru) June 5, 2020
Are they really living up to that standard? WATCH👇 pic.twitter.com/4SWWNbHmIA