Instead of punishing users making death threats, the tech giant Facebook suspended Terrence K. Williams’s account. The black comedian and commentator spoke out.
“Facebook is coo-coo for cocoa puffs,” he said, telling Fox News’ Jesse Watters he thinks race may have something to do with Facebook’s actions.
According to Watters, Williams “started getting death threats on Facebook so Terrence posted the death threats, but Facebook didn’t punish the people making the death threats — they suspended his account. Is it because he’s a conservative?”
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Never let a good crisis go to waste’ is what Rham Emanuell said and apparently the entire media was listening. The way the media is working together to only show one side of this story highlights just how important a free and open internet really is. If it were not for independent and citizen media these kids and their view points would be buried.
American News Central Has The Story: Before we had any idea what happened at that high school in Parkland, Florida, the liberal left was already scrambling to put together a gun control narrative. Sadly, it has become par for the course for the liberal left to exploit tragedies to push a political agenda.
You’ve probably seen the high school students who survived the shooting being paraded around on liberal networks to push the gun control narrative.
You don’t see many students from Parkland talking about how important the 2nd Amendment is. Think that’s a coincidence? Of course not. Florida is full of 2A supporters and there certainly are many kids from that high school that don’t support the liberal gun control push.
Kyle Kashuv is one of those students that you won’t find reciting talking points on MSNBC.
Here’s what Kashuv had to say in an exclusive interview with Guy Benson.
“I’m a very strong Second Amendment supporter and I will continue to be throughout this entire campaign.” he tells me. “As of right now, my main goal is to meet with legislators and represent to them that there are big Second Amendment supporters in our community. Through this entire thing, my number one concern has been making sure that the rights of innocent Americans aren’t infringed upon.” He says that when he visited the state capitol to talk to lawmakers shortly after the tragedy, he consistently asked for guarantees that the constitutional rights of law-abiding gun owners wouldn’t be attacked or abridged. He’s waded into this debate “kind of reluctantly,” he admits, observing that at some point he realized that he was one of the few conservatives in his school who were speaking up in public. “It’s not even by my choosing, it’s just come to that,” he remarks. “I feel somewhat obligated to do this because the other half of America needs to be heard. I’m doing this because I have to.”
Interesting that he’s not on television. We all know why that is. He doesn’t fit the narrative the liberal media is trying to push.
Kashuv counts himself as a believer in the ‘Never Again’ cause, but feels ostracized and ignored by those — including students and the adults supporting them — who disagree with his conservative politics. “It’s quite saddening because I support this Never Again movement in some aspects. Everything that isn’t for gun control, I fully support. But a lot of people in the movement, they view it as ‘you’re with us or you’re against us.’ There’s no middle ground. So either you support them on all of their policy ideas, or you’re an enemy. That’s sad because I really do love this movement, and I want it to do a lot of good work. But simply because I have a different opinion on what needs to be done [on guns], I’m not represented as a leading member.”
He wasn’t invited to participate in CNN’s raucous and emotional town hall meeting in the wake of the shooting, watching it instead on television along with the general public (he says some of the pro-gun control students who traveled with him in Tallahassee were flown back for the event). He didn’t like what he saw. “The entire CNN town hall was very ineffective. It worsened the divide,” he laments. “It was so counter productive because Republicans would answer back, and they weren’t really able to voice logical concerns and [talk about] what they wanted to do because they were just booed. It was simply counterproductive. That’s the only word for it.” READ MORE @ American News Central
Give me all the theories you want, and the charts, and the data and evidence – at the end of the day, the only real thing that changes people’s minds is this: personal experience. If you haven’t felt it, seen it, or heard it, it simply won’t sink in.
For liberals, that means the more you personally experience conservative principles, the more likely you are to believe that conservatives are right. Experience is everything.
This is terribly important. Because while we might highlight the stories of liberal intolerance, or hypocrisy, or willful blindness to data, the only real thing that will convince a liberal of conservative truth is actual, face-to-face interaction with a conservative.
Owens’ message to liberals is simple, but revolutionary: “Think for yourself; come to your own conclusions.”
That conclusion probably sounds pretty calm and relaxed. But to libs, it’s not. Apparently, it’s nothing short of apocalyptic.
Because, for libs, the ability to think for yourself means the ability to become conservative…and that’s just notsomething they want.
(It should go without saying here – but I’ll say it anyway – that Candace Owens is a black American vlogger. Which means, to put it bluntly, that her opinions are not treated fairly by libs, but are run through a series of Progressive Filters that screen out ‘offensive to liberals’ content.)
The name of her vlog, “Myth of the Coon,” is a signal to those who defame and hope to silence her. She obviously doesn’t care about hostile labels.
Democrats and liberals are losing people “by the thousands every day, [because] they can’t stop lying.” The attacks and character assassination, calling people “white nationalists” or “Hitler,” has gone too far.
We’ve seen before the effects of black Americans becoming conservative – they’re ostracized, marginalized, and treated as – and this is just sad – minorities. Candace Owens is no different.
But the rest of us should realize how important it is when a Democrat, with a history of voting Democrat, becomes a conservative…just by watching how people treat Donald Trump.
Truth is, sincere Americans recognize mean and pettiness when they see it.
Rush Limbaugh recently took the time to give an on-air review of Laura Ingraham’s new book, Billionaire at the Barricades: The Populist Revolution from Reagan to Trump. He praised and commended the book, saying it’s an excellent and comprehensive history of the struggle between the Republican Party and the grassroots voters ‘shafted’ by the party for decades now.
A transcript of the show on October 23, 2017:
“RUSH: … [Laura Ingraham] has a new book that is ‘excellent’. What it does is provide a very comprehensive history of conservatism in our lifetime…
Even though you have lived through a lot of or some of this, reading this book will remind you how much of it you have forgotten. She starts with the history of conservatism starting with Goldwater, and what she does among other things is the lays all the steps out chronologically that led to Donald Trump that we didn’t elect Donald Trump last year, that Donald Trump’s not the product of just the Obama years.
In fact, that Donald Trump is the product of the Republican Party trying to force establishment candidates down everybody’s throat, like McCain, and like Romney, and she zeros in on the eight conservatives into a necessary position of defending because Bush was under constant assault but that Bush and his administration really didn’t have a whole lot in common with conservatism.
It was more establishment Republican Partyism. To a certain extent, she’s right about this. There has been a – and I tell you, Bush’s focus on immigration and his unrelenting desire to get it done. I mean, there’s a great passage in the book where she makes the point that Bush would go anywhere in the world to defend the borders of a foreign country – such as Iraq or Kuwait or you name it – but he wouldn’t defend the borders of the United States.”