Twitter suspends the Jewish Defense League’s account after …

The last thing that the JDL posted was my appearance last night at a private meet and greet event. They took down their Facebook page also. This is sharia and antisemitism.

The JDL is, of course, not alone. Facebook has blocked my newsfeed, slashing daily referrals from my followers from 100,000 to under 4,000. Twitter shadowbans me, make referrals to the Geller Report from Twitter non-existent.

Not only that, but Google has scrubbed its search results of sites and posts critical of jihad and sharia. Fifteen years of work, forty thousand plus posts of mine, just disappeared from Google search. Poof. Its criminal. Google Adsense has suspended my account and Pinterest has blocked my links from being shared. YouTube deleted my account (only to reinstate it after a huge public outcry).

Congress must take action against these social media dhimmis.

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