And do i have to point out that it depends on whose free speech it is? No, i didn’t think so.
The last few days i have been noticing an odd lack of engagement with my comments at the notoriously anti-Trump site. I actually used to like Alternet, back in the day when it was a genuinely liberal site, but now it’s just an SJW attack machine that puts out nothing but dirt on Republicans, especially the populist ones. Not really worth reading, but at least you can point out some inconvenient facts — until they get sick of them and do that weird thing where only you can see your own comments. Then you are just wasting your energy talking to an empty room, which is what they want you to do. This first screenshot is from the browser in which i am logged in to Alternet’s Disqus section…
Note my comment between BlueTigress and DocYak, and the results in the “find in page” search box. Now, here’s the same page in a different browser where i am not logged in. In other words, a browser where i see only what everyone else sees. What do we find in the search box? Nothing. What sits between BlueTigress and DocYak? That’s right, nothing.
This is how Alternet does things now. Sly, contemptuous, dishonest, and censorious. Make no mistake, the SJWs hate free speech with a passion and will do anything they can to silence the opposition short of murder. Oh, wait, that’s how they shut up Aaron Danielson and tried to shut up Brett Kavanaugh, so i guess they will do anything up to and including murder!