Tools of censorship

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Tools of censorship are devices used primarily by liberals to exclude disliked ideologies and to promote close-mindedness. Examples include:

  • misusing copyright law to silence the other side and deprive the public of another point of view
  • feigning offense to silence the other side and prevent it from praying or criticizing liberal dogma
  • claiming that the Constitution requires a wall of separation of church and state to exclude anything religious from schools
  • excessive name-calling in order to bully the other side into silence
  • boycotts of businesses, such as Chick-Fil-A, that don't follow the their agenda
  • cherry-picking to present only one point of view
  • self-censorship by institutions, normally carried out by liberals in positions of authority and influence within the organization - particularly in the Lamestream media
  • Censorship via obfuscation. The act of making a work so obscure, that the public does not know about it. This however, may backfire, as demonstrated in the Streisand effect
  • banning the Bible and other conservative literature from schools because they don't submit to the liberal agenda
  • putting adult labels on music, conservative talk shows, television programs, and movies that don't warrant it so that children and teenagers don't hear about the conservative agenda
  • slandering talk show hosts such as Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity and Mark Levin, and politicians such as Donald Trump and Mike Pence so that people won't listen to or support them

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