With social media censorship hitting peak Orwell to combat 'disinformation' surrounding the November election, the industry's army of fact checkers have become brazen in their quest to make sure the public isn't exposed to dangerous thoughts.
To help one understand the inner-workings of these highly credentialed, non-partisan, definitely agenda-free arbiters of reality (such as the COVID virus-leak debunker who worked at the Wuhan Institute of Virology),
comedian JP Sears a typical fact checker has provided a captivating look into the surely well-lived lives of our intellectual gatekeepers.
As an example of saving us from ourselves - this video of a Maryland elections worker who looks around, not to see if the coast is clear, and then doesn't open a ballot and appear to mark something in it - has been debunked because, according to WaPo, "Elections officials in Maryland’s Montgomery County said a thorough investigation revealed no evidence of fraud or misconduct."
You probably shouldn't watch and decide for yourself:
Here's the 'debunking':
Kevin Karpinski, counsel for Montgomery County’s elections board, told board members on Wednesday the allegation of misconduct is unfounded. Karpinski said he interviewed the canvass worker shown in the clip, spoke to other volunteers who were working at the time and reviewed every ballot that the worker had helped to sort.
“I find no evidence whatsoever, any sort of attempt of voter fraud,” he said. -WaPo
Apparently Facebook thinks you should also avoid the New York Young Republican Club...
Apparently if you search on Facebook 'New York Young Republican Club' (@nyyrc) you receive a warning claiming we are associated with dangerous conspiracy theories such as QANON & are a threat to public safety. This is shameful. We are the oldest & largest Young Republican Club. pic.twitter.com/eNz95I5kSC— Gavin Mario Wax 🇺🇸 (@GavinWax) October 24, 2020
So, remember to think the right thoughts, citizen. What you're thinking right now may have already been: