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2020 Debate: Tulsi Gabbard Takes Down Kamala Harris – Twitter Censors Gabbard

The second installment of the 2020 Democratic Presidential Debate was held in Detroit last night, and appeared to be more energetic than the previous night, featuring numerous lively exchanges between candidates.

Most notably, sparks flew between Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard and California Senator Kamala Harris, as Gabbard attacked Harris’s problematic record on criminal justice as her state’s prosecutor and attorney general.

“There are too many examples to cite, but she put over 1,500 people in jail for marijuana violations and laughed about it when she was asked if she ever smoked marijuana,” said Gabbard said. Harris tried to rebuke Gabbard, but only received a second blow in return. Watch:

During the entire first hour of the debate, CNN’s panel of ‘moderators’ actively avoided Gabbard allowing her to speak only once in the first 60 minutes of the contest, while favoring DNC favorites Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, both of who were given near unlimited time to talk and argue back and forth in lengthy exchanges.

After the debate, CNN’s Anderson Cooper asked Kamala Harris about the exchange with Gabbard, and Harris proceeded to unleash an ad hominem attack on the Hawaii Congresswoman, calling her “an apologist” for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Watch:

Harris’ press secretary, Ian Sams, went on to label Gabbard’s supporters as part of a clandestine “the Russian propaganda machine.”

Quickly falling into line behind the Democrat’s Russiagate conspiracy were mainstream journalists, including Wajahat Ali from the New York Times, immediately reacting by circulating xenophobic smears claiming that Gabbard’s trending popularity is part of some secret Russian plot:

Not losing any time in manipulating public opinion for this US election, Silicon Valley gatekeepers at Twitter quickly moved to suppress Tulsi Gabbard from its US Trending topics – effectively erasing her from its US rankings of trending topics, although Gabbard was clearly visibly in their world rankings. This  was more proof that self-styled technocrats at Twitter are in fact directly involved in election meddling and interference in the US:

Despite Twitter’s best efforts to censor Gabbard, interest in her performance clearly dominated Google Trends in across the US:

Recently Tulsi Gabbard filed a lawsuit against Google for censoring and erasing the Democratic candidate.

Independent journalist Tom Luongo describes how Google acted to blunt interest in her campaign in the critical hours after the first democratic debate. He explains:

The two main points of her lawsuit are: 1) suspending her Google Ad account for six hours while search traffic for her was spiking and 2) Gmail disproportionately junked her campaign emails.

This represents an intervention into her ability to speak to voters and, as such, is a violation of not only her First Amendment rights but also, more critically, campaign finance law.


READ MORE 2020 ELECTION NEWS AT: 21st Century Wire 2020 Files




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