Weekly Standard: ‘We Need More Banning’ After Alex Jones Purge

Bill Kristol himself also tweeted out the article, adding, “Goodbye, Alex, and good riddance…”

(Information Liberation) The neoconservative Weekly Standard said Wednesday that Big Tech should ban more people and there’s “no reason” conservatives should be defending Alex Jones.

“I’m not even trolling when I say that we need more banning,” Jonathan Last said Wednesday on Twitter, linking to his column, “The Case For Banning Alex Jones.”

Bill Kristol himself also tweeted out the article, adding, “Goodbye, Alex, and good riddance.”

Last said in his column that Alex Jones has “no First Amendment case” because he’s being banned by “privately owned companies” and he’s merely “being denied access based on his behavior and actions, not who or what he is.”

“Alex Jones has his own website,” Last said. “On it, he can publish anything he likes.”

Last also dropped this gem showing he has no idea what he’s talking about:

“There is one case that you can envision where the utility/equal-access argument might hold: If Google decided that they were going to ban Alex Jones from search results, then Jones defenders might have a point…”

Google downranked every alternative media site over the last year (including non-establishment left-wing news sites) and made them no longer show up in most popular search results. They did the same on YouTube in even more dramatic fashion…

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