USA: Biden Bombshell Suppressed by Facebook & Twitter – Election Over? 

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Joe Biden, the man challenging Donald Trump for the Presidency in November, is now exposed as a blatant liar.  Catholics are already morally prohibited from voting for him due to his support for abortion  up to birth – i.e.  infanticide; no Catholic worthy of the name can possibly contribute to empowering the murder of innocent children, whether before or after birth.   Now, he is known to have lied – big time – with his corruption laid bare for all the world to see.  How on earth can any Catholic, or, indeed, any person of integrity, vote for this man to become President of the USA, and leader of the (once) free world?   

Does this breaking news mean that the election is over, that Donald Trump will secure another 4 years?  Or, does the deliberate suppression of this shocking news by social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter  mean that Biden is likely to win a manifestly rigged election in November?  

Cult of Facebook Versus Catholic Faith?

I regularly hear parental concerns about the dangerously intrusive and addictive nature of Facebook, and, indeed, social media generally.  I’ve heard a variety of opinions expressed and examples given of the harm it can do to family life, but the most shocking remark came from a teenager (from a good Catholic family) who intimated that it would be easier to give up his Catholic Faith than Facebook .  Below,  a short televised conversation on the addictive nature of social media…

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There’s lots of research available on this subject, but the articles tend to be lengthy and usually end with the observation that, in moderation, social media is OK – having just detailed plenty of evidence to demonstrate how addictive it all is, and thus “moderation” is not the norm.  So, our question for discussion here really focuses on whether Catholic parents who are Facebook (and/or Twitter)  addicts themselves, need to re-think their devotion to social media and consider the damage they may be doing to their offspring. It may take years to manifest itself, but is it, in your experience, adding to the quality of your family life or having a detrimental effect on your family relationships?   Some parents, such as some home-schoolers, are finding that their children say they feel deprived because they’re not on Facebook and so are missing out on life online.   Are such parents really guilty of neglect? SHOULD they conform to the new types of “relationships” by signing up – or allowing their children to sign up – for Facebook? Or is the current fashion of permitting or encouraging children to sign up for social media actually a form of child abuse?  Does it really have to be ‘Facebook Versus Faith’?