On April 24, 2020, I tweeted out one of my favorite examples of Media, social or otherwise, memory-holing inconvenient acts by leftists.
It was the video we made of the events of April 28, 2009 which is set to auto-publish here on that date. But I will post it again now because of the story I am about to tell:
(Readers of this site will see this video again on the morning of April 28th.)
Within minutes of tweeting it out, there was a retweet or two and a comment or two and then activity on the tweet stopped. I assumed, stupidly, that there just ins’t that much interest in that event.
Then this morning, someone asked what happened to the tweet? The thread was there, but not the video. See Cristi’s tweet of 23 Hours ago above. Notice that in the image posted above you can see the tweet. That is from my timeline right now. But others sent me screen grabs of their timeline:
Twitter just removed my tweet with the video that said nearly nothing in the tweet itself other than it was my favorite example of a memory hole event.
Clearly I understated and underestimated the power of media to memory hole things they do not want the public to know.
Its like Twitter was owned by Winston Smith when he was still working for the state.
For those of you that find this to be as egregious an affront to our most basic liberties, not just freedom of speech, but freedom to remember actual events as they happened at the time, even if they made a Democrat-COMINTERN member look bad, you may want to tweet the link to this video out there. Here is the link: