While social media companies collude to silence right-of-center influencers, violent far-left extremist groups appear to be given a pass. This NYC based antifa group has been using their “leftist privilege” to freely violate Twitter and Facbook Terms of Service. In another glaring example of “non existent social media bias”, this extremist group is apparently allowed to use their social media account to advocate for murder. Read More
An armed far-left extremist group that actively recruits on Twitter and Facebook recently celebrated a convicted terrorist who assassinated a sitting U.S. President. This group, The Base, is a self described “revolutionary anarchist center committed to the spreading of anarchist ideas and organizing”. This far-left extremist group has almost eight thousand Twitter followers and almost ten thousand Facebook followers and they use these platforms to radicalize, recruit, and mobilize other extremists. Read More
In the last few weeks, big tech companies have systematically targeted and silenced right-of-center influencers like Alex Jones for violating their Terms of Service. Meanwhile, far-left groups that actively violate those same Terms of Service appear to be getting a pass.
Levasseur is a convicted terrorist who spent nearly 20 years in federal prison as a result of a series of bombings and robberies carried out by his Marxist terrorist organization.
This theme of wishing to publicly execute ideological opponents is alarmingly prevalent in far-left, communist circles.
A few weeks ago we launched a #DefundAntifa campaign in order to take action against the far left extremist website, It’s Going Down. On Friday, July 28th that campaign achieved it’s goal and the Patreon account for It’s Going Down was terminated.
In spite of numerous formal reports against IGD, no action has been taken. With that in mind, here are the top five instances where they violated Patreon’s Terms of Service.