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The Illusion of Free Speech: Haley Kennington Unmasks the Reality on Elon Musk’s Twitter

When Elon Musk bought Twitter and turned it into X, he promised to turn the social media platform into a defender of free speech.

Even today, he and his WEF CEO continue to claim that it’s a free speech platform. Unfortunately, that’s simply not the case.

Haley Kennington, news editor at Wrong Speak Publishing, joins this Episode of The Jeff Dornik Show to discuss the disconnect between the claim that X is pro-free speech vs the reality of continued censorship and algorithms working against conservatives and truth tellers.

With their policy of “freedom of speech but not freedom of reach,” they will allow you to say whatever you want, but they don’t have to allow anybody to actually see it.

That’s not free speech any way you slice it.

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Larry Folds
Larry Folds
30 de nov. de 2023

You are very right about that. I was censored months ago for a comment responding to a ommenter who said some pretty inflammatory things about conservatives. My comment was somewhat benign considering the character I was commenting to, Star Wars famously liberal Luke Skywalker. I am asked to apologize in order to get back on X, but I refuse. X even turned it over to the FBI. Where is Hamill's apology? Screw Musk and his conniving in our nation. He is really a destroyer of our country's future and I have no use for him or his ridiculous cs made possible the CCP. ( what I responded is below)

@libsoftiktok @FBI You die first, homey. I've never oppressed anyone and…

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