The top comment on Reddit about the Mississippi killer was removed. The comment was not offensive or fake news. The only thing the comment did was provide factual information and links to mainstream media articles of the case. If the Mississippi cop killer was white, would it have been removed?
At first, the story was barely mentioned in the media. It was a news brief in the media. It’s still not getting much press.
Social media is no longer even subtle about their outright censorship of those things with which they disagree or don’t want people to know about.
Following is the comment that was removed and make note of the fact that, oddly, the first two links to the Wayback Machine are also broken because of “robots.txt”.
Tell us what’s wrong with the post after you look it over. It’s factual. The only thing wrong with it, that we could find, is it doesn’t fit the narrative of white cops killing innocent blacks. The other problem is the poster listed sources with information of the crime.
Normally, the left would use a case like this to say we have to take guns away from the people, but they didn’t. The only thing that doesn’t seem to fit the narrative is that the man is Black and he killed a White cop. The killer of eight absurdly said, “My intentions was to have yall kill me, I ran out of bullets”.
It’s a big news story.
This could also bring up the ethics of the death penalty and the left wouldn’t want that.
Reddit users claimed to have found 4423 comments removed from the Manchester thread.
The story of NYC Mayor Bill deBlasio’s pedophile employee has also been removed.
One user wrote this: I got banned a few months ago around the Milo Yiannopoulos scandal. I commented that “he seemed to be talking about his own experiences” and that the outrage seemed to be out of proportion. Some guy called me a pedophile because of this and I said “oh fuck off, accusing me of pedophilia is just the lowest”. The guy who called me a pedophile didn’t even have his comment removed while I was banned and muted by the mods.