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Outspoken conservative Hollywood actress Kirstie Alley came out with guns blazing over the shocking Big Tech censorship blitz that snowballed into an American crisis overnight.

The good-natured but tough comedic star also made a sincere effort Saturday to reason with the hysterical far-left zealots who’ve been raging over the recent D.C. riots.

Alley railed over the multi-pronged censorship campaign that escalated quickly after riots at the Capitol gave tech giants and liberals the excuse they have been looking for.  Reacting to ACLU’s response to the shocking decision by social media platforms to silence President Trump and others completely, Alley compared the act to slavery.

https://twitter.com/kirstiealley/status/1347885367945527298

She spent some time after that attempting to reason with the “resisters” who spent the better part of 2020 burning down their own cities.

Specifically, she posted a tweet highlighting one of the acts of terror that were committed over the summer by Black Lives Matter and Antifa extremists — and then noted how these same hysterical leftists had reacted to those riots (note the plural).

“Remember this? Remember all the fires, killing, terrorizing, destruction and yes, at FEDERAL buildings? It was HIDEOUS & ILLEGAL,” she wrote.

“Remember how these criminals got FUNDED & bailed out? NO ONE WAS OUSTED FROM PLATFORMS including politicos who ENDORSED the VIOLENCE. Remember?”

Look:

She was 100 percent right.

As BLM and Antifa extremists destroyed businesses, attacked bystanders and killed multiple people throughout the summer, including a black man and a black teen, Democrat leaders and their media allies rushed to defend and protect them.

President-elect Joe Biden’s staffers paid for the rioters’ bail, and Vice President-elect Harris promoted a rioter bail fund.

The extremists were even permitted to establish autonomous zones so they could host what Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan, a Democrat, described as a “summer of love.”

The so-called “summer of love” in Seattle led to the deaths of multiple people, including a 19-year-old black man whose father’s heart-wrenching grief was completely ignored and buried by the entire mainstream press.

Meanwhile, social media networks did nothing to clamp down on the growing terror. To this day, in fact, the far-left network Twitter continues to allow left-wing extremists to plot acts of destruction and insurrection on its network:

Just this week alone, BLM/Antifa activists repeatedly attacked the federal courthouse in Portland, Oregon, though of course the attacks received zero attention from the mainstream press and zero attention from national-level Democrats.

This is the hypocrisy Alley was trying to point out. And the reason she was highlighting this hypocrisy was to note the uneven application of censorship that’s currently being applied to conservative and pro-Trump voices across social media.

Within the past 24 hours Twitter has permanently banned President Donald Trump and purged tens of thousands of his supporters. And now those supporters who’ve since fled to the non-establishment social media network Parler are facing the risk of being deplatformed again thanks to growing threats from Apple, Google, etc.

Again, none of this was ever applied to the left-wing extremists who rioted over the summer. Nor has enforcement ever been consistently applied to any left-winger who has used Twitter or Facebook or any other social media platform to spew hate and vitriol.

It’s a fair point Alley made, no? Yet her point was completely dismissed by the left, with leftists using every false argument humanely possible to try and push back against her.

The most common argument was that it’s OK when left-wing extremists riot and murder because their cause of so-called “racial” justice for black criminals is “real”:

As reminder, the “peaceful protests” lasted seven months and led to the death of 23 people and injuring of 700 police officers.

Another argument is the repeatedly debunked lie that the Capitol rioters received better treatment than the BLM/Antifa extremists.

And then there’s this:

No effort was made to kill Vice President Mike Pence, nor was any effort made to hold congressional Republicans and Democrats hostage …

If you get the feeling that there’s no reasoning with these people and that Alley’s effort was, sadly, in vain, you’re not alone …

Vivek Saxena

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