VIA Mark Crispin Miller (News from Underground)
Judges Impose New Type Of Censorship: ‘Banned From The Internet’
Gina Bisignano, owner of a Beverly Hills eyelash and skin care salon, was charged with taking part in the U.S. Capitol riot on Jan. 6, where police used tear gas. Under a court ban, if Bisignano goes online while awaiting trial, she risks being jailed. (FBI )
POSTED BY: EVAN HALPER VIA YAHOO!NEWS MARCH 26, 2021The newest form of extreme censorship is to simply ban someone from accessing the Internet at all. The charge is spreading disinformation and fake news, which is subjectively in the eyes of the beholder. This could become comparable to “no fly lists” for suspected terrorists. ⁃ TN Editor
Beverly Hills esthetician and eyelash stylist Gina Bisignano was so present on social media that the federal criminal complaint against her practically wrote itself.
The story of a 52-year-old salon owner who charted a dark path of disinformation to the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, where she allegedly grabbed a bullhorn and urged rioters to take up weapons, is backed by one social media post after another embedded in the Department of Justice filing.
There is Bisignano in her Louis Vuitton sweater, filmed in front of the Capitol talking about her business and hometown as the riot was getting underway. There she is again, addressing rioters with a rant about globalists, George Soros and stolen votes. And again, calling for weapons and gas masks moments before a rioter attacks an officer with what appears to be a baseball bat.
Now, Bisignano has gone silent online. She is not allowed on the internet. Not because social media platforms banned her, but because a federal judge did. If Bisignano goes online while awaiting trial, she risks being jailed.
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