Call to Censor Social Media to Prevent Bank Runs By Charles Taylor (Florida)
It had to happen, being in the nature of the banking beast. Social media has been censored over race and immigration, then on Covid and the vaxxes, and basically anything that the elites don’t want the people to think about. Because, if they think too deeply, they may finally act, and that would be disturbing for them. Hence, we are seeing calls, made by an Arizona senator, but he is just the start, for censoring of social media to prevent bank runs. The idea here is that people will remain oblivious to the decay, and then collapse of a bank, so that the elites can get their money out first, in style, while the little people burn and lose everything. Oh, they will say that the censorship will prevent the bank going under in the first place, but a lack of discussion has not prevented bank collapses in the past.
“Arizona Senator Mark Kelly has called for the censoring of social media companies to prevent bank runs. The senator asked about censoring social media during a meeting with the Federal Reserve, FDIC, Treasury Department, senators, and house members, on the bailout of Silicon Valley Bank
Kelly, a democrat from Arizona, asked during a meeting about the bailout of Silicon Valley Bank whether social media could be censored to prevent misinformation going out that could lead to a bank run, according to a report by Fox News.
Michael Shellenberger, an independent journalist who reports on the Twitter files and has contributed to Fox News, confirmed that Kelly asked the Federal Reserve, Treasury Department, and Federal Deposit and Insurance Corporation (FDIC) about censorship measures during the meeting on Sunday.
Other house (ruling class) members on the call confirmed Shellenberger’s publication, Public on Substack, that a senator asked about censoring social media companies, including Representative Thomas Massie, a republican from Kentucky, though Kelly’s name was not specifically noted.
“Just got off a Zoom meeting with Fed, Treasury, FDIC, House, and Senate,” Massie tweeted on Sunday. “A Democrat Senator essentially asked whether there was a program in place to censor information on social media that could lead to a run on the banks.”
After Shellenberger’s piece went out on Monday, Massie retweeted the story, saying, “His name.” –Fox News
Kelly’s propaganda team denied the claim that he asked to censor social media on Monday evening and said Kelly asked about foreign adversaries potentially trying to take advantage of the situation by spreading misinformation.”