Given that the news is 24 hours a day, seven days a week, it can be almost impossible to keep up with the current narratives being pushed and formulated by the Democrats.

Using outlets like CNN and MSNBC, the Democrats have been able to sow seeds of COVID-19 hysteria and disdain for those who remain unvaccinated.  

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One of the most common terms to be thrown around by the media and even used as a weapon to silence conservative voices is “misinformation.” 

For well over a year now, the Democrats have called on Big Tech to step in and be the gatekeepers of their social platforms.

According to the left, a sea of misinformation is being spread around, using social media that is swaying people against facts and data. But the problem is – when the media claims misinformation, they never produce any evidence of this deadly menace. 

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As you can see in the video above, the media isn’t fighting a war against misinformation. They are using the term to allow Big Tech the censor any person that speaks out against the current narratives being pushed. This includes the COVID-19 pandemic, mask mandates, and forced vaccinations. 

Any time a person speaks out against the government overreach, they are silenced for supposedly spreading misinformation. Just take Joe Rogan, for example. He was attacked for spreading misinformation, but in the end, the media was spreading false information about him, and he exposed it on his podcast.  

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