Clamp down on big tech’s media bias
‘Shadow ban’ stifles free speech, conservatives
The biggest media story of the year broke last week. Yet, millions of Americans never heard the story because the mainstream media “shadow banned” it.
The story was Project Veritas’ expose’ of Twitter. Undercover operatives filmed Twitter employees admitting bias against conservatives and revealing what conservatives have known for a long time. Twitter shadow bans conservatives.
Shadow banning means that a person can still post on Twitter, but no one sees it. The mainstream media did not cover this story. They were too busy repeating the unsubstantiated allegations that President Trump had referred to certain nations as, shall we say, “sewer holes.”
Project Veritas’ videos prove what conservatives have claimed for a very long time. Big tech is more than just biased against conservatives. Big tech takes direct action to stop conservative points of view.
Accusations of liberal bias in the tech industry are nothing new. Google all but acted as the IT department for the Democrat Party for the last 10 years. Eric Schmidt, chairman of Google’s parent company, Alphabet, is a well-known contributor to the Democrat Party. As is Mark Zuckerberg, one of the founders of Facebook.