Brock Benson | Civil Patriot
Over the past year, conservatives have been censored by Big Tech.
We’ve been censored by the Mainstream Media.
We’ve been censored by Universities.
We’ve been censored by the Democrats.
We’ve witnessed censorship in the public school system.
We’ve seen it in the public square.
We’ve noticed it on our web building software and online mail services.
We’ve even cringed as it popped up on television shows we used to enjoy.
I honestly thought I’d seen it all, if you want the truth. But never. . .never had I witnessed directional censorship.
It started when I made the decision to drive into D.C. With so many rallies and marches underway, I couldn’t resist the temptation to join the fun and spend January 6th with multiplied thousands of other Patriots. But when I went to google maps and typed in “D.C.” to pull up the directions, check out what I found. (See the note at the bottom of the graphic.)
Directions not available.
Wait. . .what?
“Because of current road conditions” directions to Washington D.C. aren’t available? Is that some sort of joke?
I can understand flagging an area as busy or congested, but to flat-out deny directions because D.C. happens to be filled with Trump supporters? Really? Do you think that’s going to deter me?
What’s next. . .hotels that refuse to service conservatives? Oh, wait. . .that already happened, too.
Of course, this just makes me want to go even more. If I have to pull out an old-fashioned paper map to make my way, so be it. If it was good enough for my parents, it’s good enough for me.
And, as I drive I’ll be thinking about how funny it is that Donald Trump not only broke Big Tech and the Mainstream Media during his years in office; apparently, he broke our maps, too.