Chris Roberts, American Renaissance, January 13, 2020
The incidents at the Capitol have led to a new wave of censorship and deplatforming, as Jared Taylor noted in his latest video:
We have accounts on Parler, but until further notice, Parler is offline. Gab, another alternative to Twitter, is seeing such a surge in traffic that its website and app are sluggish. Gab’s CEO Andrew Torba says problems will be fixed soon. You can follow the official American Renaissance account on Gab here, Jared Taylor here, and Gregory Hood here.
One alternative social media platform that has had no problems so far is Telegram. You can join our ~6,000 followers on Telegram here. Twitter permanently suspended American Renaissance and Jared Taylor years ago, but you can keep up with us by following James Kirkpatrick and me, Chris Roberts — for as long as those accounts last.
It looks like we’ve been deplatformed on some critical infrastructure that has taken the site offline. We’re trying to speak to people and find out more before saying more than that. So far we have received some very general account account termination emails.
— BitChute (@bitchute) November 3, 2020
Deplatforming continues but we won’t be silenced.
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