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Now Twitter is censoring an event that promotes open dialogue between the left and right

Milwaukee-based organizers Mythinformed are the latest victims of Big Tech censorship, as promotional tweets for an upcoming conference have been censored by Twitter.
Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Montreal, QC

Milwaukee-based free speech event organizers Mythinformed are the latest victims of Big Tech censorship, as promotional tweets for a conference featuring Jack Posobiec, Milo Yiannopolous, Peter Coffin, and Lauren Chen, have been censored by Twitter.

Several prominent Twitter users noticed Mythinformed’s tweets being blocked out, instead only showing a link to the original tweet.

Others saw a notice that informed readers that the Mythinformed tweet contained “sensitive content.”

The event in question, titled “Better Discourse,” will take place on August 16 in Milwaukee, right before the 2020 Democratic National Convention. The goal of the event is to “highlight that discourse between differing viewpoints is a healthy part of the American Way.”

Previous events hosted or presented by Mythinformed include an event called Minds IRL in Philadelphia which took place last year. That event had several location changes due to threats of violence from radical leftists and Antifa.

The Post Millennial reached out to Mythinformed's Brian Edward who told us "The video was a promotional piece for the Better Discourse Event. This event encourages dialogue between people of opposing viewpoints. It seems like a 'sensitive content' label would be reserved for a video depicting violence or death."

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
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