Now That Jussie Smollett Is Officially Confirmed as a Spreader of Harmful Disinformation . . .

Commentator Mark Dice has a question. It may be the last one we need to ask in the Jussie Smollett saga. Now that the race-baiting hoaxer has been officially exposed and convicted by a jury of his peers, how should Big Tech react?

Why hasn’t Jussie Smollett been banned from social media for spreading disinformation that undermines our Democracy?

I’m sure he’ll be on Dancing with the Stars next season. The Liberal Media Industrial Complex always helps their own in any way possible.

The harm that Jussie Smollett did to this nation by promoting a false story about racism that reinforced other false notions by radical leftists is undeniable. His continued social media presence is an insult to the many conservatives who have been suppressed, censored, and banned for FAR LESS EGREGIOUS offenses than Smollett.

By no means am I suggesting he should be banned. But if Twitter, Facebook, and others are going to not ban him, they shouldn’t be banning anyone who didn’t break the law with their posts. They should also reinstate everyone who they’ve banned for reasons that were not unlawful.

It may be a moot point. As many patriots move to Gab, Gettr, Parler, and other freer speech sites, Twitter’s days may be limited. Then, there’s President Trump’s upcoming TruthSocial. Twitter and other Big Tech companies don’t want us. The feeling is mutual. They can keep Jussie Smollett’s account up for as long as they want.