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Closing arguments in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial start today. The media have already shown they won’t report the FACTS of the trial, so we’re doing it for them.


LIVESTREAM: Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Closing Arguments! | Louder with Crowder

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CLICK HERE FOR OUR RITTENHOUSE SOURCES AS WELL AS OUR COVERAGE OF THE TRIAL

YOUTUBE BANS DISLIKE BUTTON

  • Last week, YouTube announced they will be removing the dislike count. SOURCE: YouTube
    • The button will still be available, but the count will no longer be displayed.
    • YouTube says this is meant to protect smaller creators.
  • The most disliked video of all time is…YouTube’s own video, “YouTube Rewind 2018: Everyone Controls Rewind.” SOURCE: Uproxx
    • 19M dislikes
    • 3M likes

TWITTER CENSORSHIP

  • Last week, I tweeted about the Kyle Rittenhouse case, writing: SOURCE: Twitter
    • “If you accuse Kyle Rittenhouse of ‘faking tears’ from being forced to relive the trauma of having to shoot violent, armed child-rapists and arsonists, but claim PTSD from being called the wrong pronouns… you might be an asshole.”
    • And I stand by that. But Big Tech had a problem with it!
  • Trump lawyer Jenna Ellis tweeted a screenshot showing Facebook suspended her for 24 hours for sharing my tweet. Facebook claimed the post encouraged terrorism. SOURCE: Twitter
  • And I actually got an email from a fan who replied to my tweet. His account was suspended for writing:
    • “#KyleRittenhouse is a f—-ing hero and should be suing the living pants off #Facebook #GoFundMe #Twitter #TYT #CNN #MSNBC etc…”
    • “Imagine the headline ‘Young man risks life to protect neighboring community is assaulted thrice'”
    • “Let’s go Brandon”
    • “HRC Redrums prosecution”
    • Twitter said this violated their policy against “glorifying violence.”

MISCELLANEOUS

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