Following the deplatforming of Gab.com after synagogue shooter Robert Bowers was found to have a presence on the social media site, Gab's CEO responded by saying, “We are the most censored, smeared, and no-platformed startup in history, which means we are a threat to the media and to the Silicon Valley Oligarchy.” Indeed, and now former Democrat National Committee chairman Howard Dean tweeted out that they are not only "facilitator[s] of neo nazis and other haters" but also "should be tried for being an accomplice to murder."
Yep, the deranged Democrat actually tweeted that, and a little more.
"You are a facilitator of neo nazis and other haters. You should be tried for being an accomplice to murder. You’re lucky shutting you down is all you get. A lot luckier than the 11 Jews in Pittsburgh were or the two African Americans murdered in Kentucky were."
— Howard Dean (@GovHowardDean) October 29, 2018
What's so hypocritical about this? Well, I've never once heard Dean reference Facebook, YouTube or Twitter for their platforms being used by jihadis and other criminals who posted about their hatred and threats, have you? Nope. Why? Because those outlets are part of the establishment's useful idiots.
Furthermore, consider the mass murder that Howard Dean has backed in the world.
Kurt Nimmo writes of Dean's own history:
Like many “progressive” Democrats, Dean prefers the smoke screen of “humanitarian intervention” to paper over US war crimes.
“There are some circumstances which allow unilateral interventions. One is to stop genocide if no other world body had taken the responsibility to do that and, second, to defend the United States of America after an attack or to prevent an immediate attack,” he said when he ran for president.
Genocide. This was the excuse used by Obama and Hillary Clinton to launch the illegal invasion of Libya and the murder of 30,000 of its citizens. Both Clinton and Obama lied about this purported genocide. In fact, the “rebels” supported by the Obama administration engaged in genocide, killing black Africans.
Although he opposed the invasion of Iraq—primarily because Republican Bush and his neocons started it—Dean wanted US occupation troops to stay there indefinitely.
“This situation was created by Bush, who ignored the greater danger in Iran and North Korea and Al Qaida at home to do it,” he said. “This was a mistake, this war. And the president’s gotten into it, now we’re going to have to get out of it. But if we leave Iraq to chaos, Al Qaida may move in, if we leave Iraq to a fundamentalist Shiite regime with Iranian influence, we will be in both circumstances worse off than we were when Saddam Hussein was president.”
Iran, North Korea, and al-Qaeda “at home” (sic) are not a threat to America. The top danger to America—indeed, the world—is the US government, the Pentagon, and the military-industrial complex. This odious trifecta is now pushing for war on Russia and China.
Dean thought the overthrow of Gaddafi, the destruction of Libya, the murder of tens of thousands in that North African country was “very smart. You don’t put boots on the ground. You don’t commit trillions of dollars to a war in Iraq. You do it with the other tools that we have that frankly work much better over the long term because you don’t get a lot of public resistance—drones, special operations forces, use of intelligence agencies. That’s exactly what [Obama] did.”
Dean’s current role is to make sure antiwar Democrats remain ignored and stranded in the bleachers. After Trump launched millions of dollars worth of cruise missiles into Syria—thus violating international law and the UN charter—Dean berated one of the only antiwar representatives in Congress, Tulsi Gabbard. He essentially called her a traitor for opposing US intervention in Syria.
The former governor of Vermont said he’s “tired of people making excuses. This is no different than Trump making excuses for Putin. We’ve had enough of [alleged and subsequently debunked al-Assad chemical attacks].”
Dean said Gabbard should resign for “defending” al-Assad, in other words pointing out there is no evidence the Syrian leader did any such thing.
So, warmongering Howard Dean is nothing but a two-bit hypocrite when it comes to facilitating mass murder.
Gab was simply a platform and the law protects their platform. They are not responsible for what others write, video or post on their platform. To that end, Gab did work with the Department of Justice and the FBI to provide information on their platform that Bowers posted, which has aided in the investigation.
Far from being a company that should be tried as accomplices, Gab showed itself responsible by helping investigators by providing information on the criminal. I can hardly say the same thing for Howard Dean who has aided and abetted not only the criminals and traitors inside America, but supported the lawless, unconstitutional wars that we have been engaged in and you can't even count the numbers of the dead accurately in any of it.
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