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Our Presidential Election Wasn’t Too Different from Third World Uganda’s

The MSM breathlessly reported that Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni shut down social media prior to the January 14th presidential election, comparing the move to President Trump’s criticisms of social media here. But the reality is Museveni’s actions are more comparable to what the left is doing to conservatives and Trump. Museveni is just more bold about it. The left here finds ways to undermine our republic and elections that appear to be legal and constitutional, as long as you believe their claims. If you don’t believe them, you are labeled a conspiracy theorist and risk being doxed.

Musevani said he shut down social media because it was being used to organize unrest. He took it a step further, completely shutting down the internet a day before the election. Similarly, big tech is kicking conservatives here off of social media and other platforms claiming they are using them to organize violent election protests. The left here gets away with banning conservatives because big tech, which is owned by the left, is ostensibly private companies. But the reality is almost all speech now takes place there, hence the nickname “big tech oligarchs.”

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