(Article by Shane Trejo republished from BigLeaguePolitics.com)
YouTube recently removed Loomer’s ability to make public posts on the Google-owned video streaming service:
While Loomer is used to being jerked around by tech monopolies, other corporations are beginning to join the trend. The financial system is starting to blacklist Loomer and other dissidents while the Republican establishment lines their pockets and looks the other way.
Big League Politics reported earlier this week on how Loomer was booted from Stripe, in similar fashion to former president Donald Trump. Even though the payment processor is discriminating against patriotic conservatives, the Republican Party is still running their WinRed platform through Revv, a Stripe partner.
“Revv has now made it so that you can’t have candidate accounts unless you go through WinRed. WinRed uses Stripe which banned Trump and me,” Loomer wrote in a Telegram post.
“The Republican Party is setting themselves up to be DEPLATFORMED. How stupid can these people at the GOP be? Apparently really stupid. Do not donate to the GOP or RNC. Only candidates,” she added.
While it is certainly true that Republican leaders are stupid, they are also bought off and beholden to the corporate elite. These weak-willed operatives may believe that their years of dutiful service to their special interest masters will protect them from the Orwellian onslaught.
The top contributor for House Minority Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) throughout 2019-2020 was Comcast. Comcast made the decision to prevent Loomer from sending texts because they arbitrarily determined she was “dangerous” in the heat of a congressional campaign last year.
Big League Politics reported on Comcast’s unprecedented measure to unperson Loomer in a move that could be seen as a form of electoral interference:
“Journalist and U.S. Congressional Candidate Laura Loomer is the most banned woman on the internet – so much so, in fact, that the globalist elite are inventing new ways to censor her.
Loomer, who is running to be the Republican nominee for Florida’s 21st Congressional seat, has been banished from using Comcast and Xfinity to disseminate her political messages.
“In an incredible turn of events, Comcast/Xfinity just banned my campaign from sending out fundraising emails and text messages,” Loomer explained in the video address to her supporters.
“Comcast here in Palm Beach County is one of the only internet service providers and sometimes the only one that you have available, and, as the Republican front-runner in my Congressional race, I have now been banned,” she added.
Loomer noted that Comcast considers her political messages to be “dangerous content” as a justification for her banning. She also noted that Comcast has a long-standing relationship with Rep. Lois Frankel, the incumbent Democrat politician who Loomer wants to unseat, going back to her days as Mayor of West Palm Beach.”
GOP leaders look the other way, and allow their champions and their constituents to have their rights violated, because they are getting paid off by the perpetrators.