Nick Givas, DCNF
Former White House deputy assistant Sebastian Gorka said social media companies should stop worrying about censoring conservatives and start censoring radical Jihadis instead, Thursday on “Fox & Friends.”
“Al Qaeda’s publications like ‘Inspire,’ the publications of ISIS as well — they’re all out there still on the internet. They have detailed instructions. That’s how the Boston bombers made their pressure cooker bombs. Those instructions were on one of the Jihadi publications,” Gorka said.
“It’s very disturbing that you read stories about Prager University, their videos. You hear stories about and the throttling of conservatives, demonetization on YouTube. The issues on Google and Facebook. Well how about spending some time censoring Jihadis online if you’re a big social media company as opposed to targeting conservatives,” Gorka concluded. “That would be a real re-prioritization that could save lives.”