VOX Chutzpah: 'Baseless Theory' That Conservatives Are 'Suppressed on Social Media'

NewsBusters | 7/14/2019 | Staff
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Massive Chutzpah Alert!

A writer for the organization that has been at the forefront of censoring conservative channels on YouTube has proclaimed that the charge that conservative voices have been suppressed on social media is a "baseless theory." This is akin to Colonel Sanders denying that there is such a thing as chicken slaughter.

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The Colonel Sanders in this case is Rani Molla, a data editor for Vox (well, Recode by Vox, to be precise). Her denial of reality shtick on Friday began with the title of her article, "Conservatives pretending to be suppressed by social media dominated social media," and went downhill into even more unreality from there. Molla used the Social Media Summit on Thursday at the White House as her platform to vigorously deny the all too obvious.

Thursday’s sham social media summit at the White House might have already disproved its own point by being one of the most posted-about things on social media.

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The summit, a motley crew of Trump supporters and online trolls — pointedly devoid of anyone from a real social media company — met to discuss their baseless theory that conservative voices have been systematically suppressed on social media.

Molla strangely claimed that censorship and shadow-banning and demonetizing aren't issues because there was a lot of social-media postings about the social-media summit.

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Perhaps Molla was so emphatic in stressing that it was a "baseless theory" in the hope that it makes people forget the role of Vox and its contributor, Carlos Maza, in demonetizing not only Steven Crowder's YouTube channel but many other conservative-oriented channels as well. NB's Corinne Weaver went into detail on June 6 about the roles Vox and Maza played in their YouTube censorship campaign in the aptly titled, "Vox’s Censorship Campaign Crushes Conservatives, Others on YouTube."

One Vox contributor managed to help demonetize dozens...
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