June 16, 2020

TWITTER ADMITS ‘ERROR,’ REINSTATES ZEROHEDGE AFTER BANNING IT IN LATE JANUARY FOR CALLING OUT CHINA.

UPDATE: Democratic Party operatives with bylines at NBC attempting to starve the competition:

Google blocked The Federalist from its advertising platform after the NBC News Verification Unit brought the project to its attention. ZeroHedge had already been demonetized prior to NBC News’ enquiry, Google said. ZeroHedge and The Federalist did not respond to requests for comment.

Imran Ahmed, CEO of the Center for Countering Digital Hate, said it found advertisements for many companies that had otherwise made public statements supporting Black Lives Matter and the recent protests running on the websites.

“We found that lots of those companies are inadvertently funding through their advertising content that is outright racist in defense of white supremacism and contains conspiracy theories about George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement,” he said.

Google has banned various websites from its advertising platform in recent years, mostly targeting fake news operations.

ZeroHedge and The Federalist have become well known in recent years for publishing far-right articles on a variety of subjects. On the recent protests, ZeroHedge published an article claiming that protests were fake, while The Federalist published an article claiming the media had been lying about looting and violence during the protests, which were both included in the report sent to Google.

Notice the “far right articles” language above, as NBC’s “objective” news division tacitly declares which side of the aisle it’s on.

(Via Newsalert.)

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