August 08, 2018

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Sharing Infowars Links Now Gets You Censored On Social Media

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As the censorship of Infowars continues, users on Facebook and Youtube who share Infowars and Alex Jones content are also being censored. We talk to Roger Stone about the latest developments against Infowars. We also recount the drama from the weekend in Portland and Berkeley.

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