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“Inventor of World Wide Web warns of dire consequences of tech censorship”
Mike Adams The inventor of the World Wide Web has issued a major warning about the dire consequences of tech giants censoring independent voices on the web.

Yet even now, YouTube, Google, Facebook and Twitter are systematically silencing nearly all pro-liberty voices.

This “weaponization” of the web will lead America to civil war.

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