Goose-Stepper Doesn’t Understand Free Speech

Hebephrenic TeeVee Dinner heir, vanity press owner, and noted Black Studies scholar Tucker Carlson puts on his none-too-bright Beagle face and defends Gab, the white nationalists favorite social media platform:

Let’s get some of those pesky fact outta the way for ol’ Tucker:

Google Play Store removed Gab and it was rejected by Apple multiple times because of the content they found on it.

Wired Magazine says Gab looks like an artifact from a dystopian universe where the alt-right completely took over Twitter.

So here’s the thing we keep mentioning: rejecting Gab from The Google and Apple is not infringing upon Gab’s free speech rights. The Gab Nazis can continue to white-power circle jerk themselves all night long. Google and Apple don’t want to distribute the app, which is their right as proprietors of their stores.

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6 Responses to Goose-Stepper Doesn’t Understand Free Speech

  1. Come on, these guys are The Master Race, surely it’ll be no problem for them to come up with the app ecosystem that the stupid mud people cucks at Apple and Google have created.

    Surely they can harness the creative power that enabled them to steal create the mighty Pepe the Frog, and use it to create their own serach/hardware/phone/app powerhouse!

    As the old saw goes: “Freedom of the Press belongs to someone who owns one”


  2. roket says:

    Someone should tell Tucker that if he keeps making that face it could freeze that way someday.


  3. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    A year after its founding, Gab has less than a quarter of a million users worldwide. Something tells me that the alt-right really isn’t a mass movement, just an ass movement.

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  4. Kent Fossgreen says:

    Obviously getting smacked upside the head by the vaunted Invisible Hand of the Free Market is much more painful for your libertoonian/rightard types.

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  5. Bruce388 says:

    “Tucker Carlson puts on his none-too-bright Beagle face” It’s the only face he has.


  6. paul fredine says:

    they’re all for defending an individual business to operate as they see fit (i.e. no cakes, photos or flowers for gay weddings) but when a business stands in their way, standing up for itself, than it’s ‘wahhhh, you’re denying my free speech!’ when do they add they’re being denied their right to worship as they see fit?


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