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Bill Holter’s Commentary

This is extremely important if you understand 5G capabilities.

SOTN: Alternative News, Analysis & Commentary
June 5, 2019











State of the Nation

The preceding screenshot was taken from a class action lawsuit aimed at first slowing down and then vacating the FCC “order and declaratory ruling purporting to streamline the deployment of wireless facilities by pre-empting local government authority”.

It is critical for every U.S. citizen to understand that this illicit and highly consequential order by the FCC is wholly unprecedented.  It is also reckless to the extreme.  Much more significantly, however, this FCC ruling represents a massive and complex criminal conspiracy that will seriously injure the American people.

That the FCC would blatantly attempt to unlawfully arrogate power unto itself to foist 5G on the entire nation represents the height of federal overreach and governmental hubris.  Such an illegal order is clearly a tyrannical move by the U.S. Federal Government to improperly impose the deployment of 5G on every city and county in the 50 states.


Bill Holter’s Commentary

This is also very important.  YouTube, Facebook, Twitter etc. were supposed to be “platforms” much like ATT was for telephone lines.  Instead, these mush for brains, disingenuous liberals, are censoring and silencing conservative and truthful commentary. Do you think the country might be a bit divided?

When Whining Becomes A Weapon: The Latest Youtube Ad-Pocalypse
June 7, 2019

Authored by Tom Luongo,

Google and YouTube’s war on free speech has just escalated again. And it won’t stop, folks. The latest incident involving hard-left Vox writer Carlos Maza whining to YouTube about Steven Crowder making fun of him is not only chilling but pathetic.










Carlos Maza is an activist who makes a living in the public forum. He is openly gay. Uses the twitter handle @gaywonk and regularly spews nothing but thinly-veiled violent rhetoric at anyone slightly to the right of Berthold Brecht.

Crowder’s crime is describing Maza in terms that Maza uses himself but does so derisively. And for that Maza believes Crowder shouldn’t have a platform on which to make a living.

This is now considered harrassment by emotionally-stunted man-babies.

And I’m not talking about Maza, here.

I’m talking about YouTube.