Breitbart Tech reporter Allum Bokhari, author of an upcoming book exposing Silicon Valley called #DELETED: Big Tech’s Battle to Erase the Trump Movement and Steal The Election, appeared on the Brian Thomas Show on 55KRC, warning listeners that Big Tech currently has the ability to “turn down the volume” on entire political movements without anyone realizing.
Breitbart News wants to believe that officials in the White House are serious about tackling tech censorship, but the outrageous proposal that Microsoft be allowed to purchase TikTok from China without offering concrete free speech commitments suggests the Deep State and corrupt establishment Republicans still hold sway.
Twitter considers itself an arbiter of truth on hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), censoring news publications simply for covering the topic.
Corporate elites, spurred on by far-left activists, are punishing Facebook for not doing enough to censor its platform, and have deployed a massive advertising boycott against the platform to force its cooperation.
“Conservatism,” wrote Sir Roger Scruton, “is not a matter of defending global capitalism at all costs, or securing the privileges of the few against the many… Its underlying motive is not greed or the lust for power but simply attachment to a way of life.”
Over the past week, we’ve witnessed two iconic American brands, the NBA and Blizzard Entertainment, grovel to communist China, betraying American values in the process. I propose a new phrase for this sort of behavior: “corporate communism.”
Progressive political elites have decided that in order to save the environment, ordinary citizens must submit to radical lifestyle changes (while those same elites fly around the world on private jets and enrich themselves from trade with China, the world’s biggest polluter).
The Charles Koch Institute is working with Soros-funded organizations to combat “online hate.”
France, still run by embattled globalist president Emmanuel Macron, is debating a draconian new law that would impose massive fines on social media and search engine companies if they fail to take down “hate speech” within 24 hours.
Just a day after more leaked documents — as well as undercover footage of a top company executive — exposed Google’s determination to never let an election result like 2016 happen again, Google’s representatives told a Senate hearing that the company considers itself a “neutral public forum.”
Facebook continues to establish itself as the great referee of the media, picking winners and losers, and propping up discredited establishment media sources that would otherwise naturally fade into obscurity, victims of their own conspiracy-mongering hysteria.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai testified before oath under congress that his company does not engage in partisan behavior.