Former ambassador to the UN.. Nikki Haley, joined her voice of protest to that of several legislators, against the tyranny of Twitter, and declared that this type of censorship is similar to that of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), according to Fox News on Jan. 9.
The abuse of Big Tech reached an unprecedented level, by erasing tweets and closing the accounts of President Donald Trump, several defenders of electoral legitimacy, and of users who defend freedom of expression.
“Silencing people, not to mention the President of the United States, is what happens in China, not in our country,” tweeted Haley, and added the hashtag “#Unbelievable.”
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), lamented the incidents presented on Jan. 6 in Washington used by Twitter to justify its controversial censorship and blamed the repression of freedom of expression.
“But canceling the conservative speech will not promote ‘unity and healing,’” Jordan said.
Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) said, “Big tech tyranny is playing out before our very eyes,” in one of his tweets.
Big tech tyranny is playing out before our very eyes.
— Rep. Matt Gaetz (@RepMattGaetz) January 9, 2021
Haley in particular has denounced the abuses of the CCP, which she considers a parasite that feeds on the United States, and urged Americans to wake up to that reality.
“The problem is wake up, America. This is nothing small. China has wanted to dominate the world for a long time. They want to bring down America and they almost did that with the coronavirus [CCP Virus],” she warned on Dec. 21, 2019, according to Fox News.
In addition to blaming the CCP for harming the United States by spreading the CCP Virus, she referred to it in the humanitarian context, “They are the biggest violators of human rights.”
It is appropriate to point out the leftist agenda being developed by Big Tech based in Silicon Valley.
Thus, some analysts criticized the speed with which Twitter closed President Trump’s accounts, but it did not bother to close the account of the Chinese Embassy in the United States because of a tweet in which it boasted of the persecution of members of the Uighur ethnic group, calling the women “baby-making machines.”
“Study shows that in the process of eradicating extremism, the minds of Uighur women in Xinjiang were emancipated, and gender equality and reproductive health were promoted, making them no longer baby-making machines,” the embassy wrote, without apparently breaking the arbitrary rules of Twitter.