Silicon Valley Is in Bed with the Left, and Won’t Stop Lying About It

“Is there any doubt these powerful corporations are partisans and
unfairly using their privileged positions as powerful utilities to shape
the political culture?”

Silicon Valley Is in Bed with the Left, and Won't Stop Lying About It
Silicon Valley Is in Bed with the Left, and Won’t Stop Lying About It

It’s becoming an all-too-familiar story.

A
Gospel music group, Zion’s Joy! posted its latest music video for fans
on Facebook, spent $100 with the social media giant to “boost” its
visibility, which got the post dropped because Facebook saw it as
“political advertising.”

It wasn’t political advertising. That’s absurd. There was no politics in it – just joyful praise music to Jesus.

That is only the most recent outrage in how Facebook has turned into a discretionary and impulsive blue pencil of substance it doesn’t care for on the greatest town lobby in America, bargaining the First Amendment rights to the right to speak freely and opportunity of religion.

However, the genuine outrage is greater than that, as a House Judiciary Committee hearing outlined Tuesday.

While Facebook is blocking content in light of its insane, silly assurance it is political publicizing, Facebook and Google and the remainder of the Silicon Valley cartel, have turned out to be true suppliers of huge measures of substance that to be sure is politically stacked and what could be compared to a huge number of dollars of free or in-kind promoting to the Democratic Party and its plan.

A Gospel music group, Zion’s Joy! posted its latest music video for fans on Facebook, spent $100 with the social media giant to “boost” its visibility, which got the post dropped because Facebook saw it as “political advertising.”

                  How do Facebook, Google, Twitter, YouTube and Amazon all get away with this?

How do Facebook, Google, Twitter, YouTube and Amazon all get away with this?

  1.  Because  they are clearly too enormous to come up short and untouchable to government oversight; and 
  2.  Because  the Democrats in Congress muddle and change the subject at whatever point Republicans hold hearings, similar to Tuesday’s exertion, to demonstrate the manner in which these organizations are not just blocking substance they find offensive, mislabeling content as political, while blaming others for doing what it does routinely as usual – allowing one perspective to overwhelm their stages. 

Let’s face facts: The genuine media in the U.S. today – the media with the most clout – are Google, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Amazon. A great many people get their news and data from these sources. In any case, none of them is a distributer, lawfully. They are in reality increasingly like open utilities that convey the message of just select media. Hence, they don’t have the established security the press has. Envision if your electric organization conveyed political messages each day for the Republican Party and its thoughts. Wouldn’t that be viewed as “in-kind commitments” by the Federal Elections Commission? Obviously it would. Things being what they are, how do the open utilities that convey the news and data most Americans get each day – to be specific Google, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Amazon – pull off it?

It’s a marvel that has occurred after some time, without discussion, without notice, beyond a shadow of a doubt.

Furthermore, it must be ceased on the off chance that we are ever to have another free race in this nation.

The web cartel is truly the greatest social and political power in America today. However, it doesn’t take a scientific genius to make sense of these developing imposing business models are unmistakably political creatures who, for example, have all picked the Southern Poverty Law Center as an accomplice in setting content measures and practices.

Fortuitous event?

The SPLC is a standout amongst America’s most raging, left-wing fanatic associations. For example, It routinely names President Trump a “hater,” a “supremacist,” an “extremist.” This is the association Google, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Amazon all depend on as the authority of what’s news and what isn’t, what sort of discourse is satisfactory and what kind isn’t and which people and associations are mindful and which are most certainly not.

Is there any uncertainty these incredible enterprises are partisans and unreasonably utilizing their favored positions as ground-breaking utilities to shape the political culture?

It’s the ideal opportunity for them to be considered responsible. They are not just private companies with the privilege to do anything they desire. They command correspondences in the 21st century like interchanges have never been overwhelmed in American history. It’s way past time for government to venture in on the grounds that it is the main power sufficiently amazing to challenge this cartel that is changing the political culture by controlling the discussion and talk of the country.

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