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Tuesday, December 13, 2022 

Mike Baron's Private American was once again targeted for censorship

I've read the sad news how veteran writer Baron's indie comic, Private American, was once again attacked by far-leftists who even got his crowdfunding campaign suspended, and it's hugely disappointing this has had to happen. Just last month, Bounding Into Comics noted that IndieGoGo had shadowbanned the comic's campaign too. And this has all been over false accusations of "racism", in example.

It does raise valid worries over what else could end up being censored on these crowdfunding platforms over petty issues. You could wonder, for example, if they'd refuse to accept a campaign for a project about the history of Islamic terrorism, even if it were managed by movements like 9-11 Families for a Safe America? Would a project about the life of Salman Rushdie also be subject to this? Even campaigns for projects about Israel's experiences with the same? See, this is exactly what's concerning, and it should be. The companies have to stop not only the censorship, but also caving to demands for the same, which in this case was led by Daily KOS, a far-left site that was once prominent in the 2000s, and until recently, I hadn't heard much about them, yet as this case proves, they're still around, and as bad an influence as ever.

I encourage anybody who cares about the USA's future to buy Baron's Private American comic if you can, which can help make clear what we think of this terrible situation wherein a Wertham-like vision has sadly made a comeback in ways much more political than before.

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