The Anti-Defamation League (ADL), America's most prominent Zionist lobby, is the main culprit behind the social media censorship of Donald Trump and his supporters, according to its CEO Jonathan Greenblatt.
In an October 14th interview with the Times of Israel, Greenblatt credited a variety of ADL led groups such as "Stop Hate For Profit" and the "Real Facebook Oversight Board" for inducing the social media crackdown on Q-Anon, bans on Holocaust revisionism, and an aggressive program dedicated to "fact checking" political ads and news stories.
A recent study found that Trump ads on Facebook have been censored 65 times under the guise of "fact checking" while no Biden promotions have been tampered with.
Greenblatt also affirmed that Twitter would immediately delete any attempt by the president to claim victory or dispute results after the election before Biden has fully conceded, "So if the president of the United States, as seems highly probable, gets online and says that he won a state even before, you know, the authorities say its fully registered or the secretary of the state has verified the results, that post will come down immediately."
In a video released October 1st for the "Real Facebook Oversight Board," Greenblatt articulated his censorship demands, including deleting Donald Trump's posts if they "incite violence."
The biggest donors to both Joe Biden and Donald Trump are Jewish billionaires, but American Jews overwhelmingly prefer Biden to Trump 75% to 22%.
The ADL has been prominent in getting companies to appoint organizations run by its own members as "fact checkers." The Poynter Institute, which certifies Facebook's fact checking team, receives funding from the Jewish sex trafficking profiteer Craig Newmark, who is also a founding member of the ADL's tech censorship pressure group, the Center for Technology and Society.
The brazen suppression of a largely benign but negative New York Post story about Hunter Biden has forced the GOP to revive talk about the role Facebook and Twitter are playing in controlling information and potentially deciding the outcome of the 2020 election. An op-ed in Israel Hayom stops short of blaming Greenblatt for this specific act of overreach, but it is heavily implied that Jewish groups are behind the momentum to silence ideas they dislike.
The ADL and its affiliates like the Poynter Institute appear to be upset with Facebook and Twitter for being overzealous in intercepting the Biden story and potentially triggering state action, as it personally impacts the electoral prospects of sitting Republicans in the Senate. Three days ago Poynter released a statement condemning the social media companies for the way they behaved in this instance.
It is unlikely that the ADL, an Israeli fifth column, will be confronted by any regulatory entity, or even that any tangible action will be taken to ensure a fair election.
While Jewish groups are primarily concerned with silencing pro-white ideas and social conservatives, they are also behind an intensified campaign to stifle left-wing groups who criticize Israel.
The ADL and its members have successfully used their money. influence and water tight media control to exclude hundreds of millions of non-Jewish Americans in a discussion on whether they should decide who can use the internet and who cannot.