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Once thriving Right Wing News shuts down citing Facebook, Twitter, and Google biases

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We've heard rumblings for quite some time that conservatives are being censored and demonetized by some of the world's largest media companies. And just last week, Project Veritas proved this after they conducted undercover interviews with Twitter employees who admitted to purposely muting, shadowbanning, and censoring any and all conservatives who express support for President Trump, America, and even the Bible.

In a lengthy piece titled, "How Conservatives Are Being Destroyed by Facebook, Twitter, and Google Without Even Realizing It," Right Wing News founder John Hawkins detailed the ruthlessness of these left-leaning social media and search engine companies, and the challenges conservative media faces.

"We’ve already lost the schools, Hollywood, and the mainstream media. What happens when you can’t get out conservative opinion via social media because they block, shadow ban and demonetize everyone who gets any traction?" wrote Hawkins for Townhall.

"What happens if they put rules in place that essentially make expressing conservative opinions something that gets you kicked off their service? You’re pro-gun? Sorry, not allowed. You don’t like gay marriage? Get out of here. Criticizing Black Lives Matter? Out of bounds! We can hope for the best, but that seems like the future we’re headed toward and it’s one that will leave conservatism weaker than ever."

Listen to what he had to say above.

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