08 January, 2021

Irony, Meet Simon & Schuster

S&S have canceled Senator Josh Hawley’s (R-MO) book on censorship.


From Sharyl Attkinson:

One observer on Capitol Hill who did not wish to be named for fear of retaliation says that corporate and political interests are "working to punish and silence anyone who isn't espousing the correct narratives," particularly those supporting President Trump, and called it a "stunning assault on free speech in America."

Hawley's book, "The Tyranny of Big Tech," was to be published in June. Simon and Schuster has deleted mention of the book on its website.

This is only a “stunning assault on free speech” if you haven’t been paying attention. The left has given up even providing lip service to the idea of free speech for quite some time. This is why I continue to say that I will never even consider voting for a Democrat again for as long as I live.

I am the closest thing to a free speech absolutist that you are likely to ever meet. If you are against free speech then I have no use for you whatsoever.

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