Twitter wants to protect the people from statements they believe are harmful on election night to Americans. It’s like George Orwell’s 1984 or the movie Atlas Shrugged. It’s just plain un-American.
But who really believes the B.S. being dished by Twitter.
One of those statements they ensured to flag was made by President Donald Trump in the early morning Wednesday and it’s very evident that CEO Jack Dorsey and his censorship committee are watching the commander in chief closely.
It’s politics Twitter. I think we’re old enough to make our own decision about what we read and hear from the President. Twitter isn’t a publisher and should stop behaving as one or it should lose its protections under section 230.
I know I’m preaching to the choir. Dorsey’s censorship team slammed Trump’s Tweet at 12:49 a.m. warning readers that “Some or all of the content shared in this Tweet is disputed and might be misleading about an election or other civic process.”
O.K. thanks for babysitting the nation Dorsey.
Here’s what Trump said and I trust you can make your own decisions.
“We are BIG, but they are trying to STEAL the Election,” said Trump, referring to concerns about votes being counted in states, like Pennsylvania, long after the election. “Votes cannot be cast after the polls are closed!”
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Eric Clapton Raises $2.2 Million for Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s Presidential Campaign
Rock and Roll and Blues legend Eric Clapton took center stage at a recent campaign fundraiser, raising an impressive $2.2 million for Democrat presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Clapton’s electrifying performance at a private concert in Los Angeles underscored his support for Kennedy’s primary campaign against President Biden, making headlines across the nation.
The event, which featured Clapton’s iconic guitar prowess and took place against the backdrop of a prominent Kennedy 2024 banner, was a resounding success, according to a campaign press release. According to reports from Fox News, of the $2.2 million raised, $1 million directly benefited Kennedy’s campaign, while the remaining $1.2 million bolstered a political action committee supporting the Democrat’s bid for the presidency.
Attendees eager to support Kennedy’s campaign invested a cool $6,600 per ticket, as reported by the Daily Mail, to witness Clapton’s musical artistry and to lend their support to the candidate. Kennedy expressed his deep gratitude to Clapton for his role in the event, emphasizing the unifying power of music in today’s divided society.
“I am deeply grateful to Eric Clapton for bringing his musical artistry and rebellious spirit to my gathering in Los Angeles last night,” Kennedy remarked in the press release. He added, “I sometimes think that in our divided society, it is music rather than any kind of intellectual agreement that has the most potential to bring us together again. Eric sings from the depths of the human condition.”
Kennedy also credited artists like Clapton for invoking faith in the limitless power of human beings to overcome obstacles and unite the nation. The campaign event not only showcased Clapton’s performance but also included a private dinner attended by Kennedy, his wife Cheryl Hines, Stephen Stills of Crosby, Stills & Nash fame, and former Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, I-Hawaii.
However, not everyone in attendance aligned with Kennedy’s presidential aspirations. Stephen Stills, who was initially present at the fundraiser, made it clear afterward that his support remained firmly behind President Biden. According to the Daily Beast, Stills issued a statement through a spokesperson, affirming his allegiance to the incumbent president.
“I support President Biden,” Stills declared. “I was there as a guest to support Eric Clapton, who performed.”
The event served as a notable intersection of music, politics, and fundraising, underlining the influential role that artists and musicians can play in shaping the political landscape and contributing to presidential campaigns.
With Kennedy’s campaign coffers significantly bolstered by Clapton’s performance, the 2024 presidential race continues to garner attention and financial support from a diverse array of donors and influencers.
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