Big Tech's Collusion With Democrats to Swing the Election Exposed in House Hearings | Beaufort County Now | Contrary to what many of our conservative friends think, we think these companies have every right to censor what is posted on their sites. | beaufort observer, big tech, collusion, election, house hearings, july 31, 2020

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Big Tech's Collusion With Democrats to Swing the Election Exposed in House Hearings

    If you have friends who do not yet believe that Big Tech (Google, Facebook, Twitter etc.) are trying to swing the election to Democrat Joe Biden then you need to read this article from Fox News on the House Judiciary Committee's hearings with Attorney General Bill Barr yesterday (7-29-20).

    Read the full article HERE on Fox News.

    Commentary

    Contrary to what many of our conservative friends think, we think these companies have every right to censor what is posted on their sites. The own the sites and they have just as much of a right to post whatever they want as we have to post the alternative view here.

    What needs to happen is that conservatives need to stop going to those sites. There are many alternatives, and these should be used by conservatives. The only reason for clicking on these sites is to find out who is advertising there so you can avoid supporting those advertisers with our purchases.

    We do agree with President's action of apply more transparency to these companies. And we even like California's approach in requiring them to not use consumer's data without their consent.


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