Barack Hussein Obama’s half-brother Malik Obama, a Trump voter, calls for boycott of CNN, MSNBC, & New York Times

by · November 17, 2016

Malik Obama, an American citizen who supported and voted for Donald Trump tweeted that Americans should boycott the left wing biased news outlets.


Infowars  Obama made his support of Trump clear earlier this year when he told the New York Post he liked the businessman’s tell-it-like-it-is approach. “I like Donald Trump because he speaks from the heart,” Malik told The Post. “Make America Great Again is a great slogan. I would like to meet him.” “Mr. Trump is providing something new and something fresh,” he said.

Malik’s latest tweets follow statements over the weekend concerning unfair coverage from the New York Times and other establishment outlets still hellbent on publishing negative stories about President-Elect Donald Trump.

On Tuesday, Malik echoed Trump’s sentiments deeming the New York Times “corrupt and dishonest,” and tweeted an article from the Times focusing on Trump’s reported transition team troubles.

He later turned his attention to CNN, stating it “has ZERO CREDIBILITY,” and MSNBC, wishing a simple phrase could make it vanish.

Malik has also accused his home country Kenya of having a “corrupt media” that can be bought off.




Twitter Shuts Down Alt-right

twitterBy Kurt Nimmo

Twitter has followed up on its promise to shut down accounts based on political ideology.

“Twitter suspended high-profile accounts associated with the alt-right movement, the same day the social media service said it would crack down on hate speech,” reports USA Today.

The newspaper describes alt-right as “a loosely organized group that espouses white nationalism.”

Nothing works better to discredit the opposition than to describe it as white nationalist.

The BBC made the case by interviewing an avowed racist:

“The alt-right has no formal ideology, although various sources have stated that white nationalism is fundamental. It has also been associated with white supremacism, Islamophobia, antifeminism, homophobia, antisemitism, ethno-nationalism, right-wing populism, nativism, traditionalism, and the neoreactionary movement,” according to Wikipedia.

It also calls itself anti-establishment, but that’s up for debate now that Donald Trump has won the election. He is considering a number of former government insiders and neocons to fill cabinet positions.

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USA Today ignores the variety of political ideologies lumped into the alt-right movement and portrays it as some sort of rehashed fascist or Nazi movement.

Twitter was the platform of choice for the campaign of President-elect Donald Trump and the alt-right political movement that embraced him. The alt-right used social media to spread its cause of white supremacy, operating largely unchecked by social media giants Twitter and Facebook.

It should be noted Twitter is a publicly traded company, not a government owned service. It cannot be accused of censorship and, although bad for public relations, has the right to deny service to any person or party it so desires based on the decisions of its corporate officers, who are, like Facebook, overwhelmingly liberal.

Kurt Nimmo is the editor of Another Day in the Empire, where this article first appeared. He is the former lead editor and writer of Donate to ADE Here.



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