Eventbrite falsely claimed March for Trump was cancelled in sad attempt to reduce rally turnout


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(Natural News) This Saturday, supporters of President Trump and other concerned citizens plan to participate in the March for Trump, which will begin at noon at Freedom Plaza in Washington, D.C. and will conclude in front of the Supreme Court.

The organizers of the event are expecting a strong showing of people who wish to have their voices heard about what is going on right now with rampant vote fraud across the nation. The March aims to demand transparency and protect election integrity. The group behind it, Stop the Steal, also plans to urge the president not to concede.

Of course, all of these are things that super-liberal Big Tech does not believe in, and they are doing their best to keep the group quiet. One platform is even going so far as to falsely claim that the event has been cancelled in hopes of keeping the number of attendees down and making Trump and the desire for true election integrity appear to have less support than they actually do.

Eventbrite, a platform for disseminating information about upcoming events and facilitating their planning, contacted the organizers to say that the event violated their community guidelines somehow and would not be allowed on the platform.

Their letter stated: “We encourage our organizers to express their views and gather for a chosen purpose as long as it’s done in a way that doesn’t violate our Terms of Service. We do not permit events, content, or creators that share or promote potentially harmful misinformation.”

On top of taking down the event for a rather weak reason, they also emailed all of those who had signed up for it to tell them that it had been cancelled. As usual, Big Tech will do whatever they can to take down President Trump.

Facebook also blocked the pro-Trump group and its associated hashtag

Previously, their Facebook group Stop the Steal, whose members climbed to 365,000 in just 22 hours in a growth rate of 1,000 people every 10 seconds, was shut down by the social media platform. Facebook claimed that the group was “organized around the delegitimization of the election process” and claimed that some members of the group had called for violence.

They also blocked the hashtag #stopthesteal, which had been promoted by Donald Trump Jr. and other associates of the Trump campaign. Users searching on the hashtag are brought to a page explaining that posts using it are “temporarily hidden” because “some content in those posts goes against our Community Standards.”

The founder of the group behind the movement, Women for America First’s Amy Kremer, warned her followers on Twitter that the left is trying to steal the election for Biden by censoring people who are trying to call attention to the widespread voter fraud that took place.

Visitors to the March for Trump website are greeted with a pop-up message assuring them that the March is still on “contrary to misinformation campaigns by Big Tech and the mainstream media.”

Of course, unlike many Black Lives Matter protests, they are taking the responsible route and encouraging attendees to test for COVID-19 before the event and sit it out if they are experiencing any symptoms.

Marches set to take place around the country

If you can’t make it to Washington, D.C., there is a list on their website of events in cities across the country taking place at the same date and time where you can show your support, including Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Lansing, Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Denver, Honolulu, Juneau, Nashville, Des Moines, Minneapolis, Sacramento and Raleigh.

You can consult the complete list of local events on their Upcoming Events page and stay on top of the latest Trump news at Trump.news.

Sources for this article include:

BigLeaguePolitics.com

TrumpMarch.com


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