Required Reading – May 29

Required reading from around the web of the best, most interesting, or most though provoking things we’ve read:

Hoft: Mass Protest Against Facebook Censorship Planned at Annual Shareholder Meeting

“May 30 @ 9 AM   Hotel Nia  200 Independence Drive  Menlo Park CA    Fight for freedom of speech- before they silence YOU! Facebook has been shutting down traffic to conservative websites since Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 election. Conservatives dominated social media in 2016 where they were able to get the truth uncensored.  Facebook ended that in 2017 and 2018.”

Read more at The Gateway Pundit.

Lifson: Joe DiGenova blows the lid off the real scandal: the Russia hoax was a cover-up effort for Obama’s political spying since 2012

“Hold onto your hats. At last, we are on the verge of getting to the bottom of the weaponization of the nation’s top law enforcement and spy agencies to spy on political opponents, and it is far bigger than obtaining bogus FISA Court warrants to spy on Carter Page. Barack Obama’s minions have been spying on his political opponents since before his 2012 re-election, and the entire Russiagate hoax was an effort to cover-up that ongoing spying. As I have stated before, the best sources for understanding the unfolding of the biggest political scandal in American history are DC super-lawyers Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing, who have an unmatched track record in explaining the events we see in the media and predicting the forthcoming revelations. I am not in communication with them, but it does appear they have superb sources – which would not be surprising given their long history as key conservative players at the highest level of the DC legal and political circles. Yesterday…”

Read more at American Thinker.

Miller: Germany Tells Jews Not To Wear Kippahs To Avoid Discrimination, Drawing International Ire

“Dr. Felix Klein, Germany’s commissioner for combating anti-Semitism, advised German Jews Saturday, not to wear the traditional Jewish Kippah head wear due to a recent surge in anti-Semitic attacks, the Guardian reports. “I cannot advise Jews to wear the kippah everywhere, all the time, in Germany,” Klein said to the Funke regional press group in an interview. The comments sparked a flurry of criticism from foreign officials including Richard Grenell, U.S. ambassador to Germany, and President Reuven Rivlin of Israel.”

Read more at Daily Caller.

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