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DMLNewsApp and TeamDML.com founder Dennis Michael Lynch hosted a Facebook Live video Thursday morning and ripped into the liberal media and Big Tech for their constant criticism of former President Trump, when he was right all along.

DML noted that Facebook has just released new guidelines on how they censor content, along with stiffer penalties for people who repeatedly share content that Facebook’s “fact-checkers” have deemed to be misinformation.

He also blasted the “woke culture” for wanting to cancel everything.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo got a mention too, as he was idolized and praised for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic – and now the truth has finally come out.

DML asked why is the left never held accountable when their claims turn out to be false – but those on the right are never vindicated when their positions turn out to be right after all.

He slammed MSNBC host Rachel Maddow for criticizing the election audit in Arizona and other states, asking what is she so afraid of?

“Truth is going to start coming to the surface,” DML said.

WATCH the powerful video below:

NEWS ALERT: Facebook announces update on content to be censored, stiffer penalties

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