As we reported earlier —  In early January, The Gateway Pundit learned the tech giants are using a frightening new method to censor and control what you can see, read and discuss online. T-Mobile blocked our website links. You could not send any articles from TGP using T-mobile. The text would not show on the receiver’s end. Your friends or family would not even know that you sent them a TGParticle.

Dozens of our readers sent us proof that this was happening.

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One of our readers reached out to T-Mobile through chat support and was sent a link to a Reuters article discussing an FCC decision on censoring texts. The decision was actually meant to stop robotexts and spam messages, not individual texts. The customer service representative admitted that the carrier has been censoring websites via the transmission of text messages.

This was a new tactic of the left. They were now eliminating conservative articles in text messages!
This is a Marxist tactic used in communist regimes – not America.

In January, we sent a letter to Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmidt and filed a complaint.

The Gateway Pundit demanded the Missouri Attorney General to investigate this matter.

The letter was sent to all five of the Missouri Attorney General’s offices in January.

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On Monday, February 14th, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt informed T-Mobile that an investigation has been launched in Missouri against T-Mobile following their censorship of conservative viewpoints and the violations of their “WebGuard” software.

On Friday, the Missouri Attorney General’s office got back with our attorney. Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt received a response from T-Mobile.

T-Mobile ADMITTED that users sharing links of Gateway Pundit articles were BLOCKED.

T-Mobile insisted this was due to a glitch in the spam filters. We do not believe that for a second.

For the record, our website was not even mentioned in the Missouri AG’s letter to T-Mobile — But TMobile mentioned The Gateway Pundit in their response.

But now it appears TMobile did not just hide Gateway Pundit articles.  TMobile was also hiding links to a recent interview by Dr. Robert Malone.  So this is now a pattern with TMobile.

Just The News reported:

T-Mobile is blocking some of its customers, including this reporter, from texting a link to an article featuring Robert Malone, the mRNA vaccine pioneer who is critical of COVID-19 mRNA vaccines and claims he “almost died” from Moderna’s second dose.

Malone made the allegation in his Thursday newsletter, which promoted a WND article summarizing his video interview with the conservative website formerly known as WorldNetDaily.

“Note: the above link is not being allowed to be forwarded by T-mobile and probably other cell phone services,” he wrote. “Evidently speaking about censorship and scientific fraud is considered too dangerous by our government.”

The WND interview with Malone and Ryan Cole, an Idaho doctor facing at least one medical board investigation for his criticism of COVID vaccines and promotion of ivermectin, discussed the CDC reportedly hiding the vast majority of the COVID data it has collected.

Malone’s wife and business partner Jill pointed Just the News to three comments on her husband’s GETTR post predicting YouTube would censor a different video of him discussing the CDC’s reportedly withheld data.

One time is an accident, two or more times and you’re looking at a pattern.

T-Mobile is not being honest.