As Midterm Elections Near Censorship Rapidly Increases

As midterm elections quickly approach big tech censorship is rapidly increasing. God help those who are conservative and Donald Trump supporters getting their word out in cyberspace. Big Tech is on a conservative witch hunt! 😡

Yesterday an email from Google Plus notified me that my posted content violated their community standards. OK but they didn’t say what it was.

Lets see here. I have 1 Google account for close to a decade. 1 Google+ personal profile and 1 Google+ brand page. I have 3 YouTube channels all verified and in good standing. I rarely comment on Google+ but share pro-Trump articles videos etc from credible sources. But i have no clue what was offensive enough to warrant removal and warning.


Your Google+ content has violated the Google+ User Content and Conduct Policy , which is against the Google+ Terms of Service . As such, your content has been removed or blocked.

Content type: Post or comment
Reason for removal: Spam
Content identifier: z12aw5rzioriw3hmt23lg5iikyq2shn3z

“Certain removal reasons may result in your content being visible either only to you, or only in certain countries.”

The Google+ Team

Midterm elections are very important. We must study the candidates very closely. On TV and via snail mail candidates are blackballing each other to sway your vote. Be an informed voter before heading to the midterm elections polling place.

This blog was shut down considering the censorship battle it was facing and the huge number of blogs online made it hard to find. But I decided to put it back up as a censor-free conservative voice supporting Donald J. Trump our president.

While Google might manipulate articles like this deep into their index is still online. I invite conservatives and Trump supporters to comment on our articles. We also have a nice WordPress forum to post in and guest posts are permitted.

Oh well.. Just another HOT Summer day in Paradise! 😎

I'm a Florida-born good ole southern boy hanging out online keeping up with tech. Being a TV technician from the early 70s I felt right at home when the net was released to the public. I blog my opinion about many worthy subjects as a hobbyist. If you find this article's information helpful please comment and share wherever possible!

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