Twitter censors Steven Crowder’s voter fraud claims without giving a reason

On his Wednesday show, popular conservative commentator Steven Crowder investigated several alleged instances of voter fraud, where he sent people to the physical addresses of registered voters in Nevada and Michigan and showed that the addresses do not exist.  

Crowder took to Twitter to promote the show, tweeting: “DOZENS of voter names, addresses, and pictures proving they don’t exist. Period. Today I’m tired of this [s***]. Mass voter fraud is real and I can prove it. 10AM ET. #LwC” 

Twitter immediately locked him out of his account for several hours with no justification given. They’ve also placed a

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CNN fact checker reaches early conclusion about Biden

Mainstream media claimed that former President Donald Trump lied tens of thousands of times during his presidency, but since Joe Biden took office, there has been scant fact-checking of the new president’s falsehoods.

CNN’s Reliable Sources discussed fact-checking in the Biden presidency compared to his predecessor with the network’s own fact-checker, Daniel Dale.

Host Brian Stelter asked Dale a question submitted by a viewer about whether or not his job had gotten easier now that Biden is president?

Dale replied that it hasn’t gotten easier because there is “so much nonsense, misinformation, and disinformation in the world,” but with Biden,

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Al Jazeera announces launch of conservative digital platform

Al Jazeera, the Qatari government-funded media company, announced Tuesday that it will launch a digital news platform targeting American conservatives.

The move comes five years after shutting down Al Jazeera’s U.S.-based cable channel, which they purchased from former Vice President Al Gore and was geared toward a liberal American audience.

The company hired Fox News veteran Scott Norvell as editor-in-chief for the platform, which is called Rightly. Norvell is hoping to attract a wide range of conservatives to the site.

“American conservatism has never been monolithic,” Norvell said in a statement.  “With Rightly, we are hoping to create a platform

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Media fact-checks Texas power issues, fails to analyze Biden’s initial response

The world watched in horror as Texas experienced one of the worst forced blackouts in history, leaving millions without power. As people scramble to make sense of the energy crisis, media fact-checkers were working in overdrive. 

CNN jumped to publish a fact-check article to counter the idea that wind and solar were responsible for the outage.

Reuters ran an article headlined, “The causes for Texas’ blackout go well beyond wind turbines.” CNBC speculated why the “Texas power grid failed.” 

While there is no denying there is a hybrid policy conversation to address

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Saturday Night Live pushes antisemitic message 

Live from New York on Saturday Night was a bout of antisemitism from SNL.

During the show’s Weekend Update segment, co-host Michael Che joked that “Israel is reporting that they’ve vaccinated half of their population. I’m going to guess it’s the Jewish half.”

As The Times of Israel reported, this is simply not true: “Israel has offered vaccinations to all of its citizens, Jews and Arabs alike, in addition to Palestinian residents of East Jerusalem.” Two-thirds of Israel’s Arab citizens over 60 have already been vaccinated.  

In addition to spreading misinformation, SNL is also promoting antisemitism to its wide

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Women in film groups silent on Disney ‘bullying,’ firing Gina Carano

Gina Carano won’t bow to bullies, then or now.

The MMA groundbreaker turned actress opened up to Ben Shapiro about her shocking dismissal from “The Mandalorian.”

Carano described what she called “bullying” tactics Disney deployed to make her apologize for Tweets she said were neither mean-spirited nor worthy of any mea culpas.

“I’ve been through so much, and I’ve seen so much now, clearly, of the bullying that’s been taking place, and I saw it before… I’m not the only one that’s ever been bullied by this company, and I know that so deeply.”

The studio eventually canned her anyway,

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Media goes easy on Biden in his first month

It should come as nor surprise that the media would take it easy on Joe Biden during his presidency, but if the first month is any indication of how friendly the coverage will be, Americans are in for a long four years.

Take this recent article by CNN which decribes Biden as having a preference for a fire in the Oval Office and “sometimes adds a log himself to keep it going.” giving the impression that he is just like the rest of us and isn’t letting the presidency get to his head.

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Biden throws Press Sec under the bus over school reopening goals

President Joe Biden moved the goalposts Tuesday night about his administration’s goal for reopening schools and in the process threw his press secretary, Jen Psaki, under the bus.

The administration’s original goal was to have a majority of schools open at least one day per week, according to comments made by Psaki last week during a daily press briefing.

And much like Biden’s vaccination goal, it was criticized as setting too low a bar as many school districts across the country had already opened before Biden took office and more were in the process of opening by the time he

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Media denounces Jan. 6 riots while paying protest organizer who attended them

Records were released in court today showing that both CNN and NBC paid a known protest organizer $35,000 for footage of the Jan. 6 riots. 

The protestor organizer, John Earle Sullivan, claims that he and his organization, Insurgence USA, was simply trying to “give unedited raw footage, photos, and news of the insurrection here in America”. Reports showing his actions Jan. 6 indicate this sentiment being taken a step further. 

According to an FBI affidavit, Sullivan was wearing a ballistic vest and gas mask while entering the Capitol through a window that had been broken out. He

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