Help Us Fight Big Tech Censorship!
Big tech companies are using their power and influence to censor the conservative voice. ACT for America has experienced this first hand over the last few weeks.
First, YouTube removed an ACT for America video that dated all the way back to 2012 - in the process of removing the video, YouTube applied a "strike" to our account. If an account receives three strikes in a 90-day period, the account is expelled from YouTube. This is problematic because YouTube is the ONLY major platform to share videos from and if ACT for America were to lose our YouTube channel - we would be at a serious disadvantage to other organizations.
Most recently, I called Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, the terrorist who was just charged for training young children in New Mexico to shoot up schools,
"sick and depraved." Calling a terrorist who takes pleasure in training
young children to kill people "sick and depraved" should not be
controversial. However, Facebook did not agree.
Within just a few hours of posting about the accused terrorist, Siraj
Ibn Wahhaj, my account was suspended for 24 hours for violating
Facebook's policy regarding "hate speech." Yes, that's right - I was suspended from Facebook for calling a terrorist "sick and depraved."
Fortunately, Twitter did not find my post to violate their hate speech policies - you can take a look at my post below:
Click below to sign our petition demanding big tech companies to stop censoring conservatives!
This is about protecting our First Amendment right to express ourselves freely. I hope you will stand with me in this fight!
Founder & Chairman
ACT for America