In August 2018 conservative television and radio host Alex Jones was banned by Twitter, Facebook, Google-Youtube and Apple on the same day within hours of each other.
It certainly appeared that the tech giants were colluding and working together to eliminate Infowars and Alex Jones’s voice online.
In October 2020 Benghazi hero John “Tig” Tiegen was banned from Facebook and Instagram after a far-left activist shot and killed a Trump supporter at his rally in Denver.
On January 7, 2021, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and Shopify all deleted and banned President Donald Trump following the January 6 rioting that was planned for weeks prior to the protest at the US Capitol.
Obviously, the tech giants have been colluding on some level for a long time in censoring and banning conservative voices.
The Daily Caller reported:
Former President Donald Trump’s days on Twitter have reportedly come and gone, even if the social media giant eventually removes his indefinite ban.
An unnamed Trump associate who has regular contact with the former president told Politico Wednesday that “there’s not a chance in hell [Trump] gets back on Twitter.” They added that Trump “made [Twitter] the premier app for news, debates, and gossip during his presidency,” and that the former president has “zero interest” in rejoining the platform after being kicked off less than two weeks before leaving office.