Halie Sofer was the national security advisor for Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris, and served as a leading Obama advisor. Now, using the influence she gained during her public service, she’s lobbying Big Tech to interfere in a Congressional race by banning the Republican candidates’ ads – and the Democrat candidate agrees.
But this is no ordinary Republican candidate, either. Sofer is demanding Laura Loomer – the most banned woman in America – is no longer allowed to advertise on Big Tech platforms.
.@GOP candidate Laura Loomer has been banned by Twitter & Facebook for her bigoted rhetoric, & for peddling conspiracy theories.
— Halie Soifer (@HalieSoifer) September 7, 2020
Loomer is one of the most banned women in America – no longer allowed on most social media services. But that is apparently not enough for the Obama/Kamala advisor. Instead, she wants to muzzle Loomer further, demanding an unprecedented encroachment by Silicon Valley into electoral politics.
Lois Frankel – Loomer’s opposition in Donald Trump’s voting district – also retweeted the comments. This means a sitting Congressman is urging big corporate firms to ban her opposition’s ads. Something an Iranian mullah would do to their opposition.
Loomer recently stunned both left and right establishments by winning the Republican primary in Florida’s 21st Congressional District. She is believed to be out-raising Frankel, and some polls have the pair neck and neck.