MSNBC host Ari Melber panics on live TV over prospect of Twitter “secretly” banning (shadow banning) a specific party or candidate before an election [Video]



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(Natural News) HILARIOUS!

If ever there is a video that belongs in the “you can’t make this up” category…it would be the video you are about to watch.

(Article by Patty McMurray republished from 100PercentFedUp.com)

MSNBC host Ari Melber actually panicked on live TV over the prospect of free-speech advocate Elon Musk taking over Twitter and harming the reach of one political party (Democrats) while possibly increasing the reach of another party (Republicans).

For over 14 years, the reach on Twitter, Facebook, and Facebook-owned Instagram, has been decimated by social media overlords.   Suddenly, as though he’s been living in a coma for over a decade, MSNBC host Ari Melber is openly freaking out over the prospect of Elon Musk favoring one political party over another or one viewpoint over another.

Watch Melber tell his puny audience how he is worried Musk’s new FREE SPEECH platform might not be “transparent!” A panicked Melber explains what “might” happen “if you own all of Twitter or Facebook.”  He also warns that a major social media platform could “secretly ban one party’s nominee” or “secretly turn down the reach of their stuff and turn up the reach of others—-and the rest of us might not find out about it until after the election is over!”

Sound familiar? Like maybe, say, how conservatives were completely shut out or shut down on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter before and after the 2016, 2018, and 2020 elections?

Watch:

LOL, Jackass…welcome to our hell! ?

Read more at: 100PercentFedUp.com


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