Buck Sexton, the host of “The Buck Sexton Show,” said Monday that the media and Big Tech wants to silence anyone who questions the election or wonders aloud if the coronavirus lockdowns are effective in preventing the disease’s spread.
There’s no room for debate. If someone even questions how candidates as uninspiring as Joe Biden and Kamala Harris can pull in a record number of votes through mail-in ballots—a system known to be ripe for fraud—you are tarred and feathered.
“The great irony of our present moment is that many of the loudest voices that claim to be preserving our democracy are in fact the leftist mouthpieces for censorship and totalitarianism, which are, in fact, mortal threats to our democracy,” Sexton said. “That is what is happening right now. Don’t ask questions about the election. It’s over. Don’t ask questions about COVID policy. It’s the science, they say, and they are wrong on both and they know it, which is why they won’t even let you talk about it.”
Sexton pointed to the dramatic jump in coronavirus cases in Los Angeles, where the city recorded 10,000 new cases for the first time on Sunday. This is a city that has had some of the toughest restrictions and mask mandates, and yet the virus is still uncontrollable. ABC 7 reported that there are currently 2,855 people hospitalized with the virus and 23% are in intensive care.
Sexton pointed out that the liberal media wanted the public to believe that the virus was spreading because people like Trump and his deplorable supporters were spreading the virus because of their risky lifestyles.
In the weeks leading up to the election, the media and Big Tech showed how easily they can crush a story that they somehow determine is inaccurate and irrelevant. The New York Post, a major American newspaper, ran a story leading up to the election that claimed to link Hunter Biden’s international business dealings to his father, which was an explosive story. Biden was not pressed about the allegations in the report. He simply had to deny the story once, and then the attack puppies in the media got back to asking him about his favorite ice cream.
“Journalism has so thoroughly disgraced itself because of its obvious bias and it’s blatant, blatant partisan activism,” Sexton said. He said the media cannot win the argument, “so they must control the flow of information.”