Reddit has banned the PizzaGate subreddit, which was gaining thousands of subscribers a day, under the grounds that it has violated its terms of service agreement.
According to a moderator of r/uncensorednews and former moderator of r/PizzaGate, the PizzaGate subreddit was banned after outside influences forced the moderators of Reddit to shut down the PizzaGate investigation.
“As a previous moderator of /pizzagate, I’d like to say that we did absolutely everything we could to abide by the rules set forth on us by the admins.
No rules were intentionally broken nor did we try to ignore what they told us.
The pizzagate issue is a very sensitive topic and I don’t believe that this was not a clear conscious decision by the admins. After speaking with the rest of the pizzagate mod team, we strongly believe there was a very powerful outside influence which caused the subreddit to be shut down. We believe this due to some information we received outside of Reddit.”
According to another moderator, Reddit was pressured by external sources to shut the subreddit down.
“Amidst the cries of censorship, keep in mind that the admins are simply applying existing sitewide rules, and it’s more than likely that reddit (and its majority owner Avance Publications*) have been pressured from external sources, with threats of litigation, removal of advertising revenue, etc.”
If you do not know what PizzaGate is, do not Google it! You will be directed to completely biased sources that do not acknowledge key elements of the investigation and dismiss it as a conspiracy theory. Anyone in their right mind, who examines the evidence, couldn’t possibly conclude that these findings are normal and do not amount to a legitimate case for inquiry. That is not to say that the allegations are true but that they at least warrant investigation and that the findings are certainly abnormal.
You should research “PizzaGate” yourself before coming to any conclusions.
The PizzaGate investigation is migrating to Voat, a non-censorship alternative to Reddit.
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