Podcast Lid Radio Show With Special Guest, Conservative Firing Line’s Joe Newby

The primary topic of Wednesday’s Lid Radio Show is social media censorship. Facebook, the social media giant known as the “world’s most dangerous censor,” has become an extraordinarily powerful gatekeeper of information, censoring conservatives as they go along.  Their most recent act of censorship is now known as the PURGE, where they killed over 800 Facebook pages, most of them conservative, and destroyed the livelihood of a triple amputee wounded warrior.

With all this going on, it’s time for a Facebook expert. Thankfully we know one…Wednesday’s Lid Radio Show special guest was my friend and colleague Joe Newby, who has a cutting-edge conservative political blog, Conservative Firing Line, which covers the latest political news of the day, and who, along with co-author Adina Kutnicki, penned the book, “BANNED: How Facebook Enables Militant Islamic Jihad.”

So click play and enjoy the show embedded below:

Listen to “Oct 24, Guest Joe Newby” on Spreaker.

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