On Sunday, David Seaman, a veteran writer for the left wing Huffington Post, said his account with the outlet was disabled and two articles he wrote questioning Hillary Clinton’s health was deleted.
Apparently, writers at the HuffPo are not allowed to question the health of she who wants to be queen.
He then posted this:
Seaman says he’s written a number of articles for the site and has never experienced anything like this before.
Late Sunday, he posted this video:
“Simply linking to a video that questions Hillary Clinton’s health should not get one’s contributorship AND articles deleted without notice! That’s censorship- which is a profoundly un-American behavior, in my view,” he said at YouTube.
The HuffPo may have deleted Seaman’s articles, but they can still be seen. Thanks to the Internet archive, the first can be seen here.
Here’s part of what the HuffPo has declared doubleplus ungood:
Hillary Clinton: Stronger Together. How strong? Well, the great woman’s health is excellent, superb even. Her heart and mind one hundred thousand times stronger than the strongest beams of steel that built our great American cities more than a century ago. Her soul a shining exemplar of selflessness, service, and humility, her footing sound… wait, are we talking about the same person here?!
The same Hillary Clinton who recently became the latest unintentional star of YouTube, with a truly endless upload stream of videos purporting to show Hillary Clinton wildly seizing up when several reporters begin questioning her at once? Yes, the same Hillary Clinton who became the star of this Paul Joseph Watson video, attracting 3,554,177 views since it was uploaded on August 4th…
Look guys, I need to keep my job and platform. A lot of people read the Huffington Post and AOL properties. We all know what happens when you speak a little too much truth about the Establishment-beloved Clintons.
Just ask longtime broadcaster Dr. Drew Pinsky. “CNN has canceled Drew Pinsky’s HLN show, Dr. Drew On Call, just eight days after Pinsky made comments on a radio show questioning the health of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. Pinsky’s show, which is six years old, will air for the last time Sept. 22,” The Daily Beast reported.
Indeed, we all know what happens to those who speak out against Clinton.
The second article, which can be seen here, simply reports that Donald Trump challenged Hillary Clinton to reveal her medical records. But it seems the propagandists at the HuffPo doesn’t want their readership aware of that bit of news.
“Donald Trump threw down the detailed medical health records gauntlet on Twitter earlier this evening. In a tweet subsequently retweeted more than 9,000 times and favorited more than 23,000 times, the GOP presidential nominee made it clear he has little to hide, medically speaking,” Seaman wrote.
So why would the HuffPo want that hidden? Maybe it has to do with another paragraph that dares mention Watson’s video or perhaps it doesn’t sufficiently castigate Trump as a baby-eating, fire-breathing Nazi with delusions of godhood.
Either way, the Orwellian censorship displayed by the HuffPo should be enough to make anyone with more than a single functioning brain cell to question pretty much everything produced by the outlet. Or to be more precise, question what isn’t being published by the site.
One person asked:
— Mrs. Prim (@PrimMrs) August 29, 2016
Another person wrote:
This event offers us a terrifying preview of what "journalism" would look like under a #Hillary presidency.
— BasedFaggotIsMyGod🎃 (@BasedFaggotFTW) August 29, 2016
Good point, but this is pretty much what journalism has been turning into for at least the last eight to 16 years, which is why I call it the “Democrat-media complex.”
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