Big Tech took part in J6 Democrat Coup

Only the Dems were interested in violent disruption of the January 6 joint session of the Congress. This post analyzes the mass deplatforming of President Trump by Big Tech on that day.

Twitter and the rest of Big Tech were on the side of the Dems. Contrary to the Dems’ narrative, Trump’s Jan 6 tweets called his followers for peace and calm.

Trump tweets on January 6, 2021, 2:30 – 5:00 pm, DC time

2:38pm Please support our Capitol Police and Law Enforcement. They are truly on the side of our Country. Stay peaceful!

3:13pm I am asking for everyone at the U.S. Capitol to remain peaceful. No violence! Remember, WE are the Party of Law & Order – respect the Law and our great men and women in Blue. Thank you!

4:17pm  https://t.co/Pm2PKV0Fp3 (video in which Trump calls his supporters to maintain peace)

Twitter prevented retweeting and liking the 4:17pm tweet, then deleted it. Then it blocked Trump from tweeting. These actions show that Twitter’s allegations of deplatforming Trump for “inciting violence” were false. The purpose was to support the narrative that the Capitol violence was Trump’s fault, and to cut President’s public communication channels.

Big Tech companies de-platformed President Trump  at the same time. Amazon went so far as to disable Parler’s use of its AWS platform, in case Trump may use it. That proves premeditation and coordination between them and with the Dems.

The coordination among Big Tech companies is obvious. Without premeditation and coordination with the Dems, they had neither incentive not brazenness to cut President’s lines of communications, all at the same time.

A third party forcefully takes over government communications only in a coup d’état. Thus, January 6 was a coup, committed by the Dems with the help of Big Tech.

On the same day, Twitter made the phrase “Hang Mile Pence” a trending phrase. It is very rare that Twitter makes a phrase without a hash tag and with multiple words a trending phrase. It would also be expected that Twitter’s filters would prevent calls to murder from trending. Thus, it was likely a manual intervention by Twitter employee(s) that made the phrase “Hang Mile Pence” trending. Apparently, the purpose was to stir up a conflict between Pence and Trump.

To clarify, the Dems could have colluded with Big Tech employees far from the top of the management hierarchy.

This is part of the series of J6 articles, providing more information.

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