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Greenwald: Dems Cry ‘Fascism’ but Work to ‘Unite State and Corporate Power’ Through Censorship

Glenn Greenwald takes no prisoners while denouncing the Democrats as the party of actual, by-the-books fascism

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Glenn Greenwald recently pointed out the hypocrisy on display from Democrats and their allies in the media who now complain about Republican “fascism” despite openly working to unite state and corporate interests through internet censorship.

According to Greenwald, a vast network of Democrats in Washington, “disinformation experts” funded by billionaires, federal agencies, and liberal media corporations are becoming increasingly more fascistic in their censorship efforts.

“The regime of censorship being imposed on the internet – by a consortium of DC Dems, billionaire-funded “disinformation experts,” the US Security State, and liberal employees of media corporations – is dangerously intensifying in ways I believe are not adequately understood,” Greenwald tweeted.

In his Twitter thread, Greenwald detailed five examples of what he described as “crisis” situations that have been heavily censored for the purpose of restricting alternative viewpoints and banning outspoken critics from having an online presence.

“A series of ‘crises’ have been cynically and aggressively exploited to inexorably restrict the range of permitted views, and expand pretexts for online silencing and deplatforming. Trump’s election, Russiagate, 1/6, COVID and war in Ukraine all fostered new methods of repression,” Greenwald said.

Greenwald pointed back to January, when the corporate-state censorship apparatus pressured Spotify to ban famous podcast host Joe Rogan, and noted that their failed effort to ban the popular internet sensation highlighted a censorship “religion” practiced by liberals and media pundits who use censorship as their “prime weapon of activism.”

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“But that Rogan failure only strengthened their repressive campaigns. Dems routinely abuse their majoritarian power in DC to explicitly coerce Big Tech silencing of their opponents and dissent. This is *Govt censorship* disguised as corporate autonomy,” Greenwald wrote.

“There’s now an entire new industry, aligned with Dems, to pressure Big Tech to censor. Think tanks and self-proclaimed ‘disinformation experts’ funded by Omidyar, Soros and the US/UK Security State use benign-sounding names to glorify ideological censorship as neutral expertise,” Greenwald wrote, referencing groups like the Atlantic Council, Institute for Strategic Dialogue, Aspen Institute, and the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project.

Greenwald pointed out the hypocrisy coming from these self-proclaimed anti-“fascists,” given that their primary goals involve the merging of state and corporate power through aggressive internet censorship.

“It is astonishing to watch Dems and their allies in media corporations posture as opponents of ‘fascism’ – while their main goal is to *unite state and corporate power* to censor their critics and degrade the internet into an increasingly repressive weapon of information control,” Greenwald said.

“But the worst is watching people whose job title in corporate HR Departments is ‘journalist’ take the lead in agitating for censorship. They exploit the platforms of corporate giants to pioneer increasingly dangerous means of banning dissenters. *These* are the authoritarians,” Greenwald said.

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Andrew White is a Northern Virginia native. His work has been previously featured on Alex Jones’ Infowars, Revolver News, and The Liberty Daily. White is a constitutionalist Patriot, who focuses on social issues, election integrity, globalism, US politics, as well as general corporate and government corruption.

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