Protest At Twitter HQ in SF

Protest At Twitter HQ in SF

Last evening, I headed to the Twitter HQ building in SF.

I talked about censorship on social media, specifically at Twitter, and the need for the administrators of the new public forums, these social media company administrators, to respect our First Amendment rights.


Draw whatever conclusions you wish from this video:



2 Replies to “Protest At Twitter HQ in SF”

  1. Patrick Little — Twitter Protest, Dec 19, 2017 — TRANSCRIPT

    Patrick Little, a 33-year-old married White, a USMC veteran of Afghanistan, and an experienced IT engineer is running for US Senate in California. He’s been censored off from social media after trying to start a discussion about the jewish supremacist control of many critical institutions of the United States and her government.

    Here, back in Dec 2017, he conducts a one-man protest, outside of Twitter’s HQ in San Francisco, against Twitter for suspending his account. He interacts with an unnamed reporter, and a jewish counter-demonstrator.

    — KATANA

  2. Holy shit, can you get an even more cartoonish Jew? Claiming that hate speech should be banned while calling a person a white supremacist and Nazi. I also like how the reporter had to inform you that the holocaust DID happen. Like he knows 100%. Good job, Patrick.

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