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How Can You Get The ”Don’t Tase Me Bro” Book Besides Amazon Ban For Free?

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Amazon has banned the book of one conservative journalist called Andrew Meyer. He is the same person who became famous from the “don’t tase me bro” recording.

Moreover, the book’s name is “Don’t Tase Me Bro!” and it shared the truth about the mainstream media, war, Big Pharma, and many other exciting things.

“Amazon didn’t say why they banned the book, but I wrote about the successful 2018 Stop the Steal campaign, which saved Governor DeSantis from being cheated the way Trump was. A similar comment got me banned from Twitter,” explained Meyer.

Precisely because of the Ban, we can conclude that the book has so many truths to reveal. Meyer decided to give the book for free.

So if you want to get the book, you can download it here.

However, this writing piece isn’t the only book that Amazon banned. Amazon is the world’s largest online bookstore, and they banned the book of research on transgederism by Abigail Shrier.

“When a company controls over 83% of the market for books, it begins the process of deleting ideas from a society,” Shrier tweeted.

When a company controls over 83% of the market for books, it begins the process of deleting ideas from a society.

A bookseller can sell whatever it wants. If ‘Marxist Books’ wants to only sell books that conform to its ideology, OK; that has integrity.
/5

— Abigail Shrier (@AbigailShrier) February 26, 2021

“Amazon can basically make books disappear for *all readers* — and does so on a blatantly dishonest basis. Under guise of removing ‘inappropriate’ content, they will really be removing ideas they disfavor,” it is her warning from February.

“Please do not make the mistake of analogizing this to a tiny Colorado bakery. There’s a huge difference betw one baker refusing to make a particular cake and Target, Amazon, or Apple deleting content: scale – i.e., the difference between homicide and genocide,” she explained.

NOW is the time to get upset. For the moment, while we can still express this on @twitter, NOW is the time.

Writers are being dropped by agents and refused by publishers *right now* because of Amazon’s move.

Time is running out. /10

— Abigail Shrier (@AbigailShrier) February 26, 2021

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