Is AT&T practicing censorship of OANN?
I’ve read Direct TV is getting rid of OANN, because of letters they received from outside group condemning AT&T for allowing it. I just recently reviewed my channel line up, and it’s gone. This is appears to be political censorship, and AT&T apparently cares more about what outside groups think than customers. I’ve been a AT&T customer for over 20 years, but I can’t tolerate censorship, and one sided biasness, so I may need to get my service elsewhere. It seems like free speech is being gagged.