It’s not illegal yet, but opposing woke can put you on the no-fly list

It’s not illegal yet, but opposing woke can put you on the no-fly list. By Michelle Malkin.

“America First” host Nick Fuentes has been banned by all the usual Big Tech suspects, along with livestream service DLive, Coinbase, “and every payment processor” for his forceful advocacy of populism, an end to mass migration and protection of the nuclear family.

He was scheduled to join Loomer, former Delaware GOP Senate candidate Lauren Witzke (banned from Twitter for calling a pedophilia-flirting transgender activist “demonic”), and me in Palm Beach Tuesday at a rally to push for loophole-free legislation holding Silicon Valley accountable for discriminatory deplatforming.

But Fuentes never got off the ground, because two airlines and Joe Biden’s TSA informed him that he didn’t have “clearance” to fly. He has been charged with no crimes and was blocked from exercising his First Amendment rights to free speech and peaceable assembly.

“The United States is now a country that persecutes its own citizens for political dissent. My placement on the no-fly list constitutes a grave escalation by the federal government against American conservatives,” Fuentes told me. It’s “all the more reason why our Republican representatives in state and federal government must get serious and pass strong legislation that protects the civil liberties of the 75 million people that voted for Donald Trump.”


Fuentes has never called for violence, attended any event that turned into a riot or committed a violent act himself.

Now, consider that BLM activists were traveling freely from city to city to stir up riots last year. None were ever put on the no fly list.

America is becoming like China. Say the wrong things — not illegal, but just non woke — or go to the wrong protest, and you might get put on a no-fly list. Social credit is coming to keep you in line, if the woke are allowed to have their way with us.