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Social media’s success silencing conservative voices isn’t new or particularly shocking. Nonetheless, it remains newsworthy because of the role platforms like Facebook and Twitter play in facilitating the spread of information. That fact has become more apparent since Election Day.


Big tech’s decision to suppress an exposé about Hunter Biden’s overseas business dealings from the New York Post was a new low even by Silicon Valley’s abysmal standards.

The media also ignored reports about Biden family corruption until they faded away — doing the bidding of its Democrat Party overlords again.

That doesn’t mean conservatives are powerless. Social networking services that venerate inalienable rights like freedom of expression are available and can change the political narrative, platforms like CaucusRoom and Parler.

Tech activists masquerading as journalists have never pressured CaucusRoom into censoring their users.

That resilience stands in stark contrast to Facebook’s wobbling from the latest woke browbeating, courtesy of The New York Times’ Kevin Roose:

Yet even Roose acknowledged those stories are true. He disagreed with the narrative more than anything.

Conservative voices are fighting the censorship agenda promulgated by big media, big tech, and Democrats. CaucusRoom is the latest weapon in the right’s arsenal to collaborate and affect positive change through effective communication.

Its success is an open question that hinges on whether or not conservatives join the platform.

Those wanting to join their fellow activists on CaucusRoom.com may do so by clicking here.

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Lt. Rob Polans Spec. & Intelligence Ret.
Lt. Rob Polans Spec. & Intelligence Ret.
1 year ago

There is also ProAmericaOnly, Parler isn’t that user friendly or so I’ve found. Both have no trolls.

scot_belle
scot_belle
1 year ago

Parler doesn’t allow… some who want to be one of their members there.
I know, because I am one of those “blocked” and courtesy of their auto-format,
and a password that was supposedly ‘hacked in 2015’ on Ancestry. *S*
……………..YES, I do find this “hack”…….amusing!!

That particular account, is 100% public access (except its management), so… I’ve never worried about…IF…someone would waste their time to…hack it. *S*

John
John
1 year ago

Just leave Facebook and join Parle and WeMe social networks. Their memberships are going through the roof after the elections as people are dropping Facebook and signing up for censorship free quality alternatives. Millions are signing up now.

Truth
Truth
1 year ago

Drop social media all together.
Good old fashioned mass e-mail works just fine for getting your message out.