90 Miles From Tyranny : EXCLUSIVE: Diamond and Silk Call on Trump to Probe Social Media Giants

Monday, April 9, 2018

EXCLUSIVE: Diamond and Silk Call on Trump to Probe Social Media Giants

NEW YORK — The YouTube sensations known as Diamond and Silk, former Democrats who left the party to support President Donald Trump, called on the Trump administration to probe social media giants over allegations of singling out certain political viewpoints.

The outspoken pro-Trump duo made the call two days after they took to their Facebook page on Friday to say that they were informed by Facebook that the Internet giant deemed their content and videos to be “unsafe to the community.”

Diamond and Silk allege their reach on Facebook has been minimized and that a large number of their followers on the platform no longer receive notifications for new posts.

Facebook did not immediately return a Breitbart News request for comment on the issue.

Like other Internet giants, Facebook is a private company and users are subject to the platform’s content policies. Diamond and Silk, however, alleged that they are being singed out due to their pro-Trump views.

They addressed the issue Sunday in an interview on this reporter’s talk radio program, “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio,” broadcast on New York’s AM 970 The Answer and NewsTalk 990 AM in Philadelphia.

With Silk chiming in approvingly, Diamond suggested a government investigation of social media giants.

“I don’t believe in big government, but I do believe that maybe our government should look at the social media platforms,” Diamond said. “Because let me tell you something, they dominate about 90% of the world now. Think about that. I’m talking about the world. Not just the United States. I’m talking about the world. So that means that they can silence your voice and it will only be one point of view and that is...Read More HERE

1 comment:

  1. How much money does Facebook get from the federal government?
    Same question for Alphabet.
    Same question for Microsoft.
    Same question for Apple.

    And include the "black" money they get from federal "Law Enforcment" for their backdoors and other "conveniences" which let the FedPigs search and seize WITHOUT a warrant.

    Why are they not treated the same as colleges and universities which also receive federal money, and as a result are required to comply with the Constitution, including its inconvenient amendments???

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