Imagine FedEx barring users over the content of their letters.
That’s what is being done by another big tech information provider: showing its true face as an ally of leftist Democrats, devoted to stamping out conservative viewpoints in the United States and effectively betraying a huge number of customers who trusted its services.
The Post Millenial reports that the mass e-mail service Mailchimp has reportedly suspended the account of the Northern Virginia Tea Party, alleging that the group engaged in spreading “potentially harmful misinformation.” The company had previously blacklisted the Women for America First group when it organized its March for Trump.
A tweet about the blacklisting from journalist Luke Rosiak including the email that the Northern Virginia Tea party received.
A commenter on Twitter noted that Mailchimp appeared to be banning the group not for publicly posting information, but rather for communicating with private users that signed up to receive information.
Mailchimp had previously blacklisted Women for America First, who also was censored by Facebook and Eventbrite.
Censorship efforts by tech firms appear to have been drastically stepped up during the 2020 Presidential election, the last chance for Democrats and leftists to prevent another four years of President Donald Trump. Twitter stated last week that it put labels on 300,000 user posts from October 27 to November 11 for violating its supposed rules on election misinformation.
Between election day and Nov. 13, Twitter has labeled around 34 percent of President Trump’s tweets and retweets as “disputed.” Breitbart News has reported extensively on this, noting recently that 25 of President Trump’s posts across Twitter and Facebook were labeled or disputed within 24 hours.