5 Reasons The Marjorie Taylor Greene Twitter Ban Is Great News For The Parallel Economy

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Marjorie Taylor Greene Twitter Ban

Marjorie Taylor Greene Twitter Ban Is A Blessing In Disguise

If you weren’t aware by now, a Marjorie Taylor Greene Twitter Ban has been put in place. She is no longer allowed on their platform. While I’m sure that the good folks at Twitter think they are really sticking it to her, the truth is that in the long run, this ban will end up being a good thing. Here are 5 reasons why the Marjorie Taylor Greene Twitter Ban is great news for the Parallel Economy.

Marjorie Taylor Greene Twitter Ban: Exposing The Tyrants

That’s right, I said it. This Marjorie Taylor Greene Twitter ban is yet another example of tyrannical overreach on the part of big tech censors. They say that the Marjorie Taylor Greene Twitter ban was put in place due to her repeated sharing of “COVID Misinformation,” yet what did she actually say? According to Politico, they banned her for saying that there are “extrememly high amounts of covid vaccine deaths.” Is this true? According to Twitter “COVID Misinformation guidelines”, apparently not.

Yet, what other types of information has been deemed untrue according to the likes of these tyrants in the past? Claiming that COVID-19 might have leaked from a lab was considered ban-worthy misinformation right up until it wasn’t anymore. Saying masks don’t stop the virus was true until Faucci declared it was no longer true. Claiming vaccines don’t stop the spread of COVID will probably get you banned to this day, even though the CDC Director, Rochelle Walensky has already told us that the vaccines do not prevent transmission.

The main reason that the Marjorie Taylor Greene Twitter ban was put in place is not because she was sharing “COVID Misinformation,” but rather because she was spreading information (likely factual) that Twitter doesn’t want people to hear. That’s why they shut her down. Twitter has decided what thoughts people are allowed to have and they will brook no divergence from their preferred narratives. That Marjorie Taylor Greene Twitter ban serves to highlight the extent to which these tyrants will go to silence dissent.

Marjorie Taylor Greene Twitter Ban: Others Are Watching

As you might recall, shortly after Twitter banned Marjorie Taylor Greene, Joe Rogan, one of the most popular podcasters in the world, decided to create an account on GETTR.

This move also came right on the heels of Twitter suspending another dissenting voice, Dr. Robert Malone who had just been a guest on Rogan’s show. Joe Rogan retweeted the following:

The point is that this Marjorie Taylor Greene Twitter ban and the ban of many other dissenting voices has not gone unnoticed. More and more people are starting to see the extent to which they simply do not have freedom of speech anymore on traditional social media platforms.

As they continue to see this dilution of their freedoms, more people will inevitably move to platforms which will provide that freedom. Those platforms are being built in the Parallel Economy.

Marjorie Taylor Greene Twitter Ban: Get Up And Dance

On his show, Dan Bongino has often referenced a video of a man at the Sasquatch Music Festival 2009, who was dancing by himself on a hill. Everyone around him was watching and laughing, but nobody else got up to dance. But then, one person came out and started dancing with the guy. Then another person came out to join in. This broke the floodgates wide open and soon there were dozens of people running to that spot on the hill to join in the dance party. 

Dan’s point in continually referencing this video of the man dancing is that often people are uncertain about joining something until they see other people joining. In the case of this video, everyone stood around watching until someone else got up and showed them that it was OK to join in. This is the case with the Parallel Economy. 

The left has been working hard to demonize “alt tech” social media platforms. They’ve said that only “right wing extremists” and “white supremacists” use those platforms. They try to convince you that if you use these Parallel Economy social media platforms, not only will you be joining these bad people, but you’ll also become a bad person. So, suffice it to say that there can be some hesitance for anyone, politicians, celebrities and average everyday Americans included, to actually join Parler, GETTR, Gab, or soon, TRUTH Social.

While it might be a bit scary, you just gotta “get up and dance.” As the Marjorie Taylor Green Twitter ban has shown us, they have no problems silencing elected officials in this country. If they are willing to do that, you know they’d do the same to you, so why give them the opportunity? Come on over and join us in the Parallel Economy. The freedom feels great over here!

Marjorie Taylor Greene Twitter Ban: Followers Will Follow

The New York Post recently reported that shortly after Joe Rogan created an account on GETTR, approximately one million new users joined the platform. Was this just a coincidence? Possibly, but not likely. We saw a similar scenario play out when Mark Levin announced that he was heading over to Parler. More than 4 million of his followers ended up joining him on that platform and his account on Parler currently boasts 4.9 million followers total. The point here is that all of these people that they are banning from their platforms have followers and one thing that followers are good at is, say it with me, “following.”

If one of the primary people you like to follow is suddenly no longer on the platform you used to follow them on, then that is an encouragement for you to seek them elsewhere. Marjorie Taylor Greene is an elected official who represents voters in her district. Don’t you think that her voters will still want to keep up with her latest updates? Obviously, if they can’t follow her on Twitter anymore, they’ll seek her out elsewhere. They will find her actively sharing content in the Parallel Economy.

Recently Daniel Horowitz and Matt Walsh were suspended from Twitter. On their shows this week, both of them reported that they don’t know how long they will continue to be allowed on that platform. Daniel Horowitz has 138.3k followers and Matt Walsh has 771.7k followers. Between them, that is more than 900,000 followers. If Twitter gives them both the boot, do you think that out of nearly 1 million people, none of them are going to seek them elsewhere? Every time that one of these Big Tech platforms bans a popular conservative personality, the Parallel Economy expands dramatically.

Marjorie Taylor Greene Twitter Ban: Tech Tyrants Are Building The Parallel Economy

Recently, Sara Fischer and Dan Primack published an article on Axios titled, “Right wing builds its own echo chamber“. This article didn’t really prove that there was any sort of “echo chamber” being built, but rather gave a short list of alternative platforms that had been built and stated that there might be billionaires helping fund them and that some politicians might want to use them. They also stated that while they gained popularity around the time that Donald Trump got deplatformed, they weren’t certain whether these new platforms would continue to find an audience.

I didn’t find their argument that the right wing was building its own echo chamber very convincing, mainly because they neglected to actually make an argument in their article. However, had they actually made such an argument, I still would have disagreed. The truth of the matter is that the right wing is building the platforms for free speech. However, it is the Big Tech Tyrants who are populating them. By silencing, suspending, shadow banning, de-following, arbitrarily reducing reach, fact checking, labeling, and permanently banning people who don’t limit their speech to only the things that the Big Tech Tyrants approve of, they are forcing people to find alternate platforms.

To the extent that these platforms are “echo chambers” at present; they are this way simply because they are mostly populated with people seeking freedom of speech. Eventually others will make their way to these platforms and many have already, but in the mean time, the majority of people on these platforms share a similar trait: respect for constitutionally protected rights, specifically freedom of speech.

Leftists Are Designing Their Own Echo Chambers Via Destruction

The irony of this situation is that liberals believe that we are actually building a place just for ourselves; our very own echo chamber where we don’t have to hear dissenting opinions and can live happily in our ignorance. Yet nothing could be further from the truth. We value free speech, regardless of the source or topic. We welcome those who have been banned by Big Tech platforms because we know how frivolous the reasons are for which they will consider someone persona non grata. In fact, the exact opposite is true, liberals are the ones building echo chambers.

By silencing and banning all dissenting thoughts, these traditional social media platforms are destroying those aspects of their userbase that would have prevented their platforms from being echo chambers. We are building platforms for everyone, while they cancel the accounts of those they don’t agree with. Destruction may not seem like a viable means of building something, but these leftists are very effectively using it to build a very woke and unhappy echo chamber of their own.

Marjorie Taylor Greene Twitter Ban: Alternative Social Media Accounts

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Marjorie Taylor Greene Twitter Ban took place shortly after this picture was taken at Turning Point USA’s AmericaFest

I like to help people find individuals who have been banned by Big Tech so, much like I did for Daniel Horowitz, here are some of the alternate locations where you can find Marjorie Taylor Greene on Parallel Economy social media channels:

Marjorie Taylor Greene on Gab: https://gab.com/RealMarjorieGreene

Marjorie Taylor Greene on GETTR: https://gettr.com/user/mtg4america

I found an account for her on Parler, but it doesn’t look like she’s used it in about 4 months. I’m not sure why it hasn’t been in use, but if you’d like to check this Parler account out, here’s the link: https://parler.com/user/RealMarjorieGreene

Do you know of any Parallel Economy social media accounts that I missed? If so, please post them in the comments and I’ll update this article.


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