Freedom, with their exceptions

Apparently, if you disagree with democrats about anything, you're a racist. Starbucks, Coca-Cola and McDonald's are among the corporate advertisers pressuring Facebook and Twitter to censor posts that don't toe the Democratic Party line.

Political insider Chris Begala says the far left has control of the media.

"It's a scary time for freedom and freedom speech in this country and this is just another alarming example."

Begala says many corporations hate President Trump and their primary goal is to remove him from office.

"Hershey's, Coca-Cola and other brands are putting pressure on Facebook saying 'we will not advertise with you until you start censoring, just like Twitter.'"

Facebook says it's caving to the pressure and will start labeling political speech that violates its rules. Those rules, of course, favor democrat points of view.

Many see the management of Twitter and Facebook as already leaning too far to the left, but corporate America says they're not leaning far enough to the left.

"It's not a healthy environment; we've got issues that we need to really address and make this a more perfect union, but pointing fingers and calling everybody a racist, I don't see how that gets us there."

What's deemed racist and "hate speech" seems to be anything that disagrees with the Democratic Party.

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