Such big sites like reddit actually create something like monopoly. On such platform naturally "condensates" more and more participants because the bigger it is the more people it attracts. They created a virtual space where a large part of the general public debate has migrated from the real world. One of the reasons to migrate debate there was, that it was not censored. Now they started a very brutal censorship at least of some segments of the public debate. It is brutal shameless effort to manipulate the public debate. It is an unprecedented fundamental attack on freedom of speech, despite the platform is owned by a private company, because the company actually "privatized" the public debate space first, actually luring people here promising freedom of speech. This gave them enormous power, which they abuse now in a terrifying way. I am not US citizen, but I consider this serious abuse of power attacking democracy not only in the USA but in the whole world, as the USA proclaims itself leader and guarantor of democracy in the whole world. The core of democracy is free speech, because the basic democratic process needs permanent uncensored debate. Any breach of it is extremely dangerous. I lived for 30 years in a communist state and the present situation in the USA really alarms me, because it resembles me situation in my homeland between 1945-1948. I consider this action of reddit part of the crisis signaling that too many people in the USA distrust principles of democracy now, and that is worse than terrible.