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TikTok Doesn’t Think White Lives Matter

‘Meanwhile, no matter how much the idea is censored and demonized, white lives do indeed matter.. .’

(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) After Kanye West debuted his line of White Lives Matter apparel at a fashion show, TikTok has stopped its users from searching for the term “white lives matter” by claiming the phrase is associated with “hateful behavior.”

When a person tries to search for videos or profiles that contain the term “white lives matter,” on TikTok one receives a message from the Chinese Communist app, Summit News reported.

“No results found. This phrase may be associated with hateful behavior. TikTok is committed to keeping our community safe and working to prevent the spread of hate,” the message states. “For more information, we invite you to review our Community Guidelines.”

Banning the accounts that mention the phrase is not enough for TikTok. Censors want to stop regular people from even searching for “white lives matter.”

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Of course, TikTok doesn’t only think that saying “black lives matter” could be considered “hateful behavior,” but the platform also encourages speech against people who disagree with the phrase.

“Naturally, there’s no chance whatsoever that the term ‘Black Lives Matter’ would receive similar treatment,” Summit News reported.

“Indeed, a previous trend that TikTok allowed to feature prominently on the platform was centered on users threatening to violently kneecap people who didn’t support BLM.”

However, this is not the only proof that TikTok openly defends leftist radicals and attacks conservatives.

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“The platform has also allowed fake news about Trump resigning to go viral, has censored videos that make fun of Dr. Anthony Fauci, has removed videos that highlighted inconsistencies in Amber Heard’s testimony and has also threatened to censor criticism of Joe Biden,” according to Summit News.

The term “white lives matter” went viral last week after Kanye West and Candace Owens appeared at a fashion show wearing their new line of merchandise that features the slogan.

“Meanwhile, no matter how much the idea is censored and demonized, white lives do indeed matter,” Summit News concluded.

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