Apple CEO Claims It’s Moral To Censor Speech!

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Article by Bryan Howard

December 4, 2018

Apple CEO Tim Cook made a clear statement he does not support freedom of speech in his company nor platform. Cook stated he believes it’s a “sin” to not censor people that think different from us.

Tim Cook made this speech  “accepting the Anti-Defamation League’s first-ever ‘Courage Against Hate.” Yes, they have now made award ceremonies and awards for leftists who try to shut down Conservatives.

Cook stated, “At Apple, we believe that technology needs to have a clear point of view on this challenge. There is no time to get tied up in knots. That’s why we only have one message for those who seek to push hate, division and violence: You have no place on our platforms.”

Cook continued, “If we can’t be clear on moral questions like these, then we’ve got big problems. I believe the most sacred thing that each of us is given is our judgment, our morality, our own innate desire to separate right from wrong. Choosing to set that responsibility aside at a moment of trial is a sin.”

Cook said, “From the earliest days of iTunes to Apple Music today, we have always prohibited music with a message of white supremacy. Why? Because it is the right thing to do.”

Cook referenced Alex Jones ban, “As we showed this year, we won’t give a platform to violent conspiracy theorists on the App Store. We believe the future should belong to those who use technology to build a better, more inclusive, and more hopeful world.”

Tim Cook never outlined what he considers hateful and what his rules are, but he has made it clear no-one on the left is ever at threat only people on the right. Big Tech Fascism is far to real.

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