Oliver Darcy Cheerleads For CNN Guest Who Suggests OAN and Newsmax Should Be Canned By Distributors

Prominent conservatives have been censored on social media all the way up to President Trump being suspended on all platforms currently and other situations where they have been stripped of their insurance companies or funding being suspended to elected representatives.

Now, CNN has apparently turned their attention towards their conservative competition. Oliver Darcy tweeted out a quote from a guest who appeared on “Reliable Sources” with Brian Stelter this morning.

“We are going to have to figure out the OAN and Newsmax problem. These companies have freedom of speech, but I’m not sure we need Verizon, AT&T, Comcast and such bringing them into tens of millions of homes,” guest Alex Stamos told Stelter.

Darcy then tweeted, “Just a reminder that neither Verizon, ATT, nor Comcast have answered any questions about why they beam channels like OAN & Newsmax into millions of homes.”

“Do they have any second thoughts about distributing these channels given their election denialism content? They won’t say,” Darcy added, giving the appearance that he agrees with Stamos.

Fox News contributor Lisa Boothe pushed back at Darcy and replied, “Oliver, this is just wrong to try to get them shut down. What kind of totalitarian society are you cheering on? CNN recently had to settle a big lawsuit for getting the facts wrong. Is this really a fair game to play?”

Columnist at the Washington Examiner, Tim Carney wondered, “CNN exerting pressure on carriers to drop a competitor or two: Is this an anti-trust violation?”

Gateway Pundit’s Cassandra Fairbanks quote tweeted Darcy’s tweet and asked, “Are you publicly trying to get your competition shut down?” She told him, “Stop it.”

Stamos retweeted Darcy’s tweet and he describes himself as a “Trustworthy tech at the Stanford Internet Observatory (@stanfordio) and the Election Integrity Partnership.”

Recently, Stamos started a new consultancy with my friend @C_C_Krebs, focused on helping companies live up to their responsibilities in an extremely challenging world.

He claimed that the group will be engaged in helping understand and recover from what looks to be one of the most serious foreign intrusion campaigns in history, and we will be helping others learn from this attack.