Google Teams Up With Soros, Facebook, Twitter and Other Tech Giants to Hide the Truth From You…

  The left has been controlling the narrative for some time. They force their sick and incorrect world view onto all Americans through the network “news,” Hollywood, other entertainment and sports, the educational system,  and “social media” outlets.

  President Trump’s election has loosened the left’s grip on everything we are allowed to see and hear. In panic mode now, they have decided to redouble their efforts to “effect change” by distorting all information to conform to their “vision.”

After tech giants testified before Congress on Tuesday, Americans should realize the richest and most powerful U.S. companies wield power and influence in a way not seen since the railroad tycoons and John D. Rockefeller’s Standard Oil.

Their ability to affect society and crush any potential competitors is unchallenged.

Facebook, Amazon, Google, and Apple have a combined market value of $2.6 trillion, which is larger than the entire economy of the United Kingdom. Executives and employees of those companies are also very large donors to the Democrat Party and left-wing causes.

They all have vocal Democrats at the helm.

Today’s tech companies are even more powerful than their historical monopoly predecessors because of one key component: data. The information derived from our data is now king in everything from selling a product to shaping the news to—as we are now seeing—electing a president.

The Left is well aware of this power. After losing to President Trump, they are determined to shut down conservatives and not lose again.

Google just announced it would partner with the George Soros-backed Poynter Institute to provide “fact-checking” for its search functions.

In other words, Google and Soros (by proxy) will determine what is factual and whether it will appear in search results.

This suppression of views is occurring even as Google is being sued by conservative radio host Dennis Prager over censorship of his Prager University educational videos.

In other not-fake news:

And let’s not forget Twitter, which has now openly set itself up as the arbiter of acceptable speech.

Twitter recently removed U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn’s video announcing her candidacy for the U.S. Senate because it expressed her pro-life position. After considerable backlash, Twitter relented and reinstated the Tennessee Republican’s ad.

These companies are so big and powerful that they have no fear of blatantly censoring conservative speech—they will even censor Blackburn, who chairs the communications and technology subcommittee in the House of Representatives! Just imagine how they can use opaque computer algorithms and terabytes of data to exploit the views of the average person.

It is important to recognize that these companies can do this because they have special protections not afforded other industries. In 1996, to spur growth during the early years of the Internet, Congress passed Section 230 of the Communication Decency Act to protect “interactive computer services” from lawsuits based on what users say or do on their systems. Section 230 also immunizes Internet companies from liability for removing content they deem “objectionable,” even if it is constitutionally protected content.

With the protections of Section 230 of the Community Decency Act, Silicon Valley executives can undermine the First Amendment rights of all Americans with no accountability.

Helping foster the growth and economic development of the Internet with particular—and extraordinary—legal protections might have made sense in the 1990s. In 2017, however, extraordinarily wealthy and powerful companies are abusing those particular provisions.

Congress never intended to give a handful of Silicon Valley executives the keys to the First Amendment when it adopted Section 230.

Technology companies cannot simultaneously claim special legal status and pose as speech arbiters censoring conservative views. They are run by some of the most vocal left-wing executives that are actively pushing their ideology on the country. Allowing these same companies to silence opposing views is dangerous.

The most immediate legislative solution would be to remove the legal protections of Section 230 should an “interactive computer service” be found to practice viewpoint discrimination. Opening these companies to full legal liability for censorship is essential to ensure Americans keep free speech rights.

It is time for Congress to act to protect the First Amendment and the values fundamental to the republic.

Via: AMG

  This is a desperate attempt to maintain their hold on all information, and to determine what we get to see. Have you noticed the string of stabbing attacks across Europe the last four weeks?

  (HereHere…there are more)

  Not ONE was initially reported as islamic terror attacks…they were all described as incidents by a “disturbed” individual, with NOTHING at ALL to do with terror, or islam.

  Really?

  Do you believe that, or do you think maybe they WERE terror attacks but the “media” doesn’t want you to know? They certainly can’t allow people to realize that everything isn’t all rosy with their brilliant plan to flood their countries with hate-filled, third-world savages who worship evil.

  The New York Terror attacks on Halloween have already brought out the loonie libs screeching about how it was not that important”

  Yeah, it’s probably not a big deal if you don’t give a damn about your fellow humans, and if it’s not YOU dying on the bike path…

  If muzzie-boy hadn’t jumped out screaming about how he thinks his deity is superior, I wonder if we’d be hearing “we still don’t know his motivation” and “this is not terror related.” For two hours after the attack, it was being described as “road rage.”

  This isn’t new, Twitter just admitted to hiding anything negative concerning the democrats in the last two months leading up to our national election…

Twitter buried significant portions of tweets related to hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee and Clinton campaign chair John Podesta in the last two months of the 2016 presidential campaign.

Twitter’s systems hid 48 percent of tweets using the #DNCLeak hashtag and 25 percent of tweets using #PodestaEmails, Twitter general counsel Sean Edgett said in his written testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday.

“Approximately one quarter (25%) of [#PodestaEmails tweets] received internal tags from our automation detection systems that hid them from searches,” Edgett said.

He added that “our systems detected and hid just under half (48%) of the Tweets relating to variants of another notable hashtag, #DNCLeak, which concerned the disclosure of leaked emails from the Democratic National Committee.”

Just two percent of the tweets using the #DNCLeak hashtag came from “potentially Russian-linked accounts,” according to Edgett. He explained that Twitter hid the tweets as “part of our general efforts at the time to fight automation and spam on our platform across all areas.”

Anti-secrecy organization WikiLeaks published the DNC and Podesta emails, which were damaging to Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, throughout the election.

Among other things, the leaked emails revealed party officials secretly aided Hillary Clinton during her primary battle against Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and exposed ostensibly neutral journalists as pro-Clinton partisans.

Via: DC

2 thoughts on “Google Teams Up With Soros, Facebook, Twitter and Other Tech Giants to Hide the Truth From You…

  1. Reblogged this on Brittius and commented:
    Soros, in my opinion, is a very smart man. Personally, aside from allegations that never pan out against him, I would rather be his student, rather than an oppositional person. Apart from his social engineering, he makes nice money. He lives nicely. He was a kid who stole gold from the teeth of Jews, and the Jews never did anything in retaliation against him. Never faced war crimes. He became the darling of Jewish financiers. Brilliant man.

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