InfoWars App Downloads Surge Past CNN After Orwellian Deplatforming
The InfoWars official app surged in popularity Monday evening, and surpassed CNN, following the Orwellian deplatforming of the outlet by multiple tech giants.
The app was already beating the New York Times, ABC, BBC, WSJ, NPR, CNBC, CBS, USA Today, Reuters, Bloomberg, MSNBC, Huffington Post, and the Washington Post before they bounded ahead of CNN on Tuesday evening.
It is now currently ranked number four in the top free news apps — just behind Twitter, News Break, and Reddit.
It just keeps climbing pic.twitter.com/uVF2bZcwBl
— Eimayran Zednanreh (@naryamie9) August 7, 2018
As the mainstream media feels their waning influence with the general public, they orchestrated an coordinated effort to have the outlet removed from social media platforms. Sadly, it was successful and four major tech companies caved to the pressure within 12 hours of each other.
Important to note that tech platforms did not enforce their own rules and take action against Alex Jones / InfoWars on their own accord.
It took media outlets to point out for weeks that InfoWars was skirting the rules on these tech platforms for them to enforce own standards.
— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) August 6, 2018
So far, Facebook, Apple, YouTube, Pinterest, and Spotify caved to the leftist media mob demanding censorship of InfoWars.
You can download the InfoWars app by clicking here.