Censorship Twitter Blocks Trumps 2020 Slogan as Sensitive Material
“Keep America Great!” That’s the 2020 campaign slogan Donald Trump unveiled during a rally in Pennsylvania this weekend.
It’s catchy. It conveys the message Trump wants to get across to voters — namely, that he’s turning the country around, both culturally and economically. It’s pithy. It beats “Make America Great Again, Again.” It fits well on a hat.
And, according to the folks at Twitter, it’s “sensitive material” and you shouldn’t be seeing it.
In yet another case of the most censorious social media platform in all of the Democratic People’s Republic of Silicon Valley deciding they’re the only ones who decide what political speech you can see, multiple reports on the social media site claim the slogan was blocked as “sensitive material” when conservative media icon Matt Drudge tried to tweet it out.
Here was the photographic (well, screenshotographic) evidence from Breitbart Deputy Political editor Amanda Lee House.
.@Twitter censors @realDonaldTrump’s 2020 campaign slogan as “sensitive material” 👀 @DRUDGE_REPORT @dcexaminer pic.twitter.com/suK0lgBeIb
— Amanda House (@AmandaLeeHouse) March 11, 2018