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RIGHT NOW at NRN w/Ron Coleman: The Left Doesn’t Just Want Us Off Twitter, They Want Us Off The Internet
Apple and Google are the top campaign contributors to Rep. Ilhan Omar’s 2020 congressional re-election campaign. This is yet more evidence that big tech social media companies are married to the radical Left. According to FEC reports, Omar has received $8,500 in donations from Apple employees, and $7,150 from Google employees, her two top donors. Since publication of Laura Loomer’s September 2nd article exposing this, Omar has collected another $4,178 from Apple, and another $2,950 from Google. So it appears they are complicit in Omar’s anti-Semitic rhetoric and affiliation with Muslim Brotherhood related organizations such as CAIR.
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row column_type=”block” font_color=”light” background_type=”video” video_bg_url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nXhhqvzuPEY” video_bg_start_time=”139″ video_bg_end_time=”900″ video_bg_parallax=”true” bt_text=”CENSORSHIP” bt_font_weight=”300″ bt_font_style=”italic” shift_y=”0″ z_index=”0″ add_bigtext=”true” min_height=”100″ bt_max_width=”300″][vc_column][wvc_video_opener caption_position=”bottom” video_url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nXhhqvzuPEY” caption=”Censorship Spotlight | Interview with RON COLEMAN”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]To date, Omar has raised a little over $1.4 million for her re-election campaign, and has already spent $539,315 of it. A large portion of this has reportedly been given to Tim Mynett, a Democrat political consultant whose wife accused him of having an affair with Omar. According to the divorce filing, we now know that Tim Mynett met Omar while working on her campaign for Congress.
Federal Election Commission filings show that Omar’s campaign has paid “E Street Group” over $220,000 for campaign related expenses. An FEC report has been filed that accuses Rep. Ilhan Omar of illegally using her campaign funds to pay for travel expenses for her married boyfriend, Tim Mynett. Luckily, for Omar, who is arguably the most scandal plagued first term Congresswoman in US history, big tech social media companies, including Google, Apple, Facebook, and Twitter, all control the search engine algorithms.
Whistleblowers like Zachary Vorhies have come forward, with the help of Project Veritas, to expose these companies on hidden camera. They catch employees admitting to manipulating search engine results to favor Democrat candidates and censor Republicans. For this reason, when you Google search “Ilhan Omar,” none of the negative stories about her show up on the first page of search results. Talk about bias.
CAIR, Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib
In addition to campaign finance shenanigans, it was discovered that there are links between the terrorist group Hamas, CAIR’s Executive Director Nihad Awad, and our newest members of Congress, Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar. These are the same entities which have targeted Citizen Journalist and Activist Laura Loomer for deplatforming.
In November 2018, Laura Loomer was permanently banned from Twitter after posting a tweet calling Ilhan Omar anti-Jewish. Loomer was slandered as a bigot and Islamophobe. The Left said her claims were unfounded even after Loomer confronted Omar in person about her fundraising for CAIR, a designated terrorist organization. Ron Coleman told NRN’s Stephanie Dillon in an interview that CAIR said Laura Loomer was suspended from Twitter because she was “bothering” Ilhan Omar.
The proof is in the pudding. Ilhan Omar refuses to condemn Hamas, and the Executive Director of CAIR publicly supports Humas. Omar and Tlaib are the first Muslims in Congress, and are friendly with Awad. Omar also has Top Secret government clearance. To say that we could have a traitor inside our congress sending intel to Islamic terrorists wouldn’t be unimaginable. It is up to the American people to do their own independent research, and wake up the masses to the mainstream media bias and censorship.
Ron Coleman Gives NRN an Update on Laura Loomer’s Lawsuit
Ron Coleman currently represents online-deplatformed Laura Loomer and Gavin McInnes, leaning into his specialty of representing people who rely on the internet for their careers. With online censorship, Coleman is treading new territory, but his track record speaks for itself, as he brought in a huge SCOTUS win in the 2017 Matal v. Tam case concerning the First Amendment and trademarks.”[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][wvc_audio_embed link=”https://open.spotify.com/episode/1ZaVg9uqkFKX1T8PuitZV5″][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]
Coleman on Deplatformed Laura Loomer: “Laura’s case, there’s been some procedural wrangling, and another version of that just went down over the last week….What’s called a removal which is to take a case out of state court and move it to federal court. We made a motion to remand…. It belongs in state court….. They are taking the position that we sued Twitter, CAIR, and CAIR Florida. Twitter’s not in the case.”
“That may or may not be the final outcome, but they’re not in the case anymore. So it’s, it’s Laura and her company, Illoominate Media, which are both Florida entities, suing a Florida entity, CAIR Florida, as well as CAIR National. When you have a situation where both sides of the V, as we call it, versus, um, are in the same state, you don’t have what’s called diversity jurisdiction. Stephanie: “And, so CAIR is a civil position here as SPLC, where the platform is unpersoning at the demands of CAIR and the SPLC.”
The Risks to Online Free Speech
Ron Coleman has experience with federal trial and appellate courts all over the country, and practiced at a number of law firms. He gained a wealth of experience in commercial litigation, copyright and trademark law, and general business at those firms. His focuses include IP, IT, and internet related law. He says that the Left isn’t just trying to get us off Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. They are actually trying to get us off the internet altogether. Coleman says there is a battle being waged on Conservative free speech, both public and private, by the Left and Silicon Valley.
“If Silicon Valley continues its biased policing of public speech,” Coleman said in the NRN interview, “then we won’t be able to have conversations like this. Not only won’t we be able to have conversations like this and post them, we won’t be able to have conversations like this… because as of right now, these companies are already moving in the direction of monitoring private speech on their platforms. Even if it is on sort of a statistical aggregate level, the data is all there and the technology is there and the acceptance by us – the socialization of it – is there as well. That’s the worst case scenario.”
Ron Coleman mentions Judicial Watch in his comments, and admires Tom Fitton and his work. Coleman believes that what they are doing should not be an anomaly. He states this work should be done by all journalists, and those in government as well. “Tom Fitton is doing what should be done by journalists and government.”