Abuse of Power: Internet Censorship of Conservatives is Like Censorship under Stalin

Abuse of Power:

Internet Censorship of Conservatives is Like Censorship under Stalin

Who’s Always Trying to Silence Their Critics?

Rush Limbaugh

Go through history and look at the people who have sought to silence their critics, and you’ll find a specific type of leader.

You go through history, folks — it’s all I’m asking you to do — you start reviewing history, go through history and look at the people who have sought to silence their critics, and you’ll find a specific type of leader. And it’s not a leader that believes in constitutional republics or elected democracies in any shape, manner, or form. And that’s who the Democrat Party today is becoming. They are transforming into — you know, people call it fascist. They’re not fascist. This is more Stalinist, the way the social justice warriors and the snowflakes on campus are behaving and the people in Philadelphia attacking Charlie Kirk and Candace Owens.

RUSH: On this subject of banning websites and individuals from Twitter and Facebook. Take a look at who’s behind it, who’s urging this. You know, this is something that doesn’t often get mentioned. What we hear is that somebody somewhere has decided, in a fit of morality and justice, that certain sites are dangerous and must be limited in their distribution capabilities. And our social media companies must not participate in the wide distribution of such hate-filled, dangerous rhetoric.

Who is urging this to happen? That is to me as much of the story as the actual banning or limiting or what have you. And if you take a look at who’s suggesting this, it’s elected officials, Democrats in the House, Democrats in the Senate, and if you listen closely, you’ll hear people on CNN suggest that some of these sites should be banned from social media.

Who’s Always Trying to Silence Their Critics?

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