Dinesh D’Souza takes a stand against censorship

WASHINGTON, DC - AUGUST 01: Dinesh D'Souza attends the DC premiere of his film, "Death of a Nation," at E Street Cinema on August 1, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Shannon Finney/Getty Images)

Dinesh D’Souza attends the D.C. premiere of his film, “Death of a Nation,” at E Street Cinema on August 1, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Shannon Finney/Getty Images)

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During the MAGA Frank Rally in Wisconsin on Saturday, conservative commentator Dinesh D’Souza discussed censorship and how it is being carried out against conservatives by the mainstream media along with large social media platforms.

He started out by claiming censorship is the biggest issue we face in America today, stressing its an even larger threat than the voter fraud that was discussed at the rally.

D’Souza continued to pile on more evidence surrounding the left’s response to accusations and investigations into voter fraud and called it “suspicious.” He then called those at the rally to action, encouraging them to stand up against censorship and big corporations who are complicit to it as well as carrying it out.

A Sri Lankan man mobile phone user shows an image on Twitter showing that the Facebook site had been blocked in Colombo on March 7, 2018. - Telecommunication service providers said they have blocked access to facebook and several other social media platforms on the directive of the government which accused extremists of using the popular social media to spread hate speech and instigate violence against the Muslim minority in the country. (Photo by ISHARA S. KODIKARA / AFP) (Photo credit should read ISHARA S. KODIKARA/AFP via Getty Images)

A Sri Lankan man mobile phone user shows an image on Twitter showing that the Facebook site had been blocked in Colombo on March 7, 2018. (ISHARA S. KODIKARA/AFP via Getty Images)

D’Souza wound down with a set of instructions on how to make the businesses hurt so that they might consider changing their ways. He pointed to his experience with Costco, when the warehouse store removed one of his books from their shelves.

His supporters were seen rising up in an effort to push back on Costco by hurting their online business with bad reviews in protest of the censorship. D’Souza concluded by telling the audience to make themselves heard. D’Souza advocated, “the way to reform them is to make sure they hear you.”

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