To what degree will conservatives allow themselves to be punished for their political opinions?

Payment processor PayPal has banned Infowars in what represents nothing less than a

political ploy designed to financially sabotage an influential media outlet just weeks

before the mid-term elections.

Will it get to the stage where conservatives are banned from having bank accounts or

making credit purchases because of their personal beliefs? This is absolutely chilling.

The ban represents nothing less than politically motivated financial discrimination by a giant corporation abusing its monopolistic status to attack the basic right to engage in commerce.

PayPal still offers its services to all kinds of unsavory groups and organizations, including groups linked to

Palestinian terrorists and extremists like Louis Farrakhan. Why aren’t they banned? Who decides what constitutes

“hate”?

Infowars was also tipped off by sources in DC that payment processors would be the next target, with Infowars being the first victim, after which leftists would attempt to bring down the NRA and more mainstream conservative groups.

Just as Wikileaks’ ability to process payments was sabotaged after it angered the deep state, the financial attack on Infowars is being orchestrated by ‘resistance’ holdovers who are still in government positions.

Other prominent conservatives and political groups must realize that while this is happening to Infowars today, they are next.

This is election meddling writ large. This is giant corporations taking their orders from the deep state and mobs of leftists and then destroying people’s livelihoods by restricting their access to the marketplace.

This is why it is imperative that President Trump pass an executive order that offers protection for conservatives whose rights are being violated on a regular basis by Big Tech monopolies.

With PayPal now buying up global credit card payment processors, Trump must surely look at blocking such activity under anti-trust laws.

This sets off a horrific domino effect and an awful precedent for free speech and freedom of commerce.

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