‘General Hospital’ Spoilers: Ingo Rademacher (Jasper Jacks) Joins Conservative Social Network Parler

‘General Hospital’ (GH) spoilers indicate that a lot of GH fans (and even some co-stars) are up in arms ober the fact that Ingo Rademacher (Jasper Jacks on ‘General Hospital’) has posted on his Twitter an invite to join him on the controversial conservative social network “Parler”.

Nancy Lee Grahn, his co-star who plays Alexis Davis on GH came out and asked, “So help me out, Parler is a place where anyone can post about wanting to kill black people and not get censored? And all those who are inviting people to follow them on Parler just want people to be free to be bottom feeding racist assholes?” Tell us how you really feel, Nancy!

‘General Hospital’ Spoilers: Ingo Rademacher joins Parler?

Some people took this post to mean that Rademacher would actually be leaving twitter in favor of this new social media network but he came on twitter to address the situation saying that he would still be there but the censorship on social media platforms had gotten out of control, and that “we should.all be concerned about this.”

But the only thing that all of the social media networks have been censoring so far is covid information that was wrong, which can only benefit public health, and information about the election that was proven wrong on so many accounts. So what’s really being censored here?

Rademacher seems to be jumping the gun all the way to the wrong side of history by joining this social media network. It may just be a social media network, but a lot of people with the wrong kind of mindset are using the platform to post outright hate on their profiles.

While Rademacher himself may not harbor any of these feelings, he certainly isn’t helping matters by joining up with a group of people who do. We should be concerned, but I would be more concerned these days about the company I was keeping if I were him.

There have been some horror tales coming from Parler about the scary stuff that people are posting and getting away with simply because the site believes in no censorship but they go about it in the wrong way. Encouraging freedom of speech is a good thing but not when the speech is harmful to other people or carries false information that could possibly harm thousands (in the case of COVID info).

Parler is simply not a social media network that anyone needs to be associated with, but try telling Rademacher that. Stay tuned!!!

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