As the left's mass hysteria over Elon Musk's Twitter takeover confirms, conservatives have been censored and silenced on social media for the mere mention of certain subjects, including: Gender, vaccines, China, mothers, waist-size, Hunter Biden, masks, and Anthony Fauci, to name a few.
Now that Musk has apparently kicked Twitter's "Ministry of Truth" (for those who haven't read it, that's a reference to George Orwell's 1984) to the curb, BlazeTV host Sara Gonzales of “The News & Why It Matters” is celebrating by tweeting all the thoughts she's been forced to keep bottled up inside — and she was holding back quite a bit.
If your brain is currently exploding over the shocking content of Sara's tweets, take a moment to reflect before you call the "Thought Police" (yup, Orwell again). Remember that it's okay to disagree with people. Remember that it's okay if people say things you don't like. And remember also that reading what other people post on social media is, for most of us, optional. Also, calm down.
On Monday’s episode of "The News & Why It Matters,” Sara Gonzales was joined by Eric July and John Doyle to talk about the left's major meltdown over Elon Musk officially making a deal to buy Twitter, Donald Trump's deciding whether to go back to Twitter or stick with Truth Social, and bizarre emails that have recently surfaced in which Hunter Biden asks his brother's wife to get an HIV test.
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