Big Tech Censorship Is Real
Big Tech Censorship Is Real by Ken Jorgustin for Modern Survival Blog
Most of you already know this. And the fact that you do is telling. Big tech censorship is real.
Most of you also know the direction of this censorship. Progressive left.
The vast and enormous dominance of information flow across the internet is through Google, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube (owned by Google).
These companies and their work force reflect the dominance of progressive radical left ideals within silicon valley. I spent more than a decade working in that region, and I know this to be absolutely true and accurate.
The dominant leftist ideals within the workings of these platforms were not a noticeable problem or forefront issue before the 2016 presidential election. However immediately afterward, it became “all hands on deck”. Why? Because their consciousness was shocked when Trump defeated Hillary on that fateful day in November. Since that day, they began to utilize their enormous power on the internet as they became afflicted with ‘TDS’.
Google is not a search engine. It is a censorship engine, in my view.
Robert Epstein, a Senior Research Psychologist at American Institute for Behavioral Research, has shown how Google will swing the next election. He said in subsequent elections, Google, Facebook, Twitter and big tech’s manipulation could manipulate as many as 15 million votes. “In 2020 if all of these companies are supporting the same candidate, there are 15 million votes on the line that can be shifted without people’s knowledge and without leaving a paper trail for authorities to trace.”
Numerous whistle blowers and leakers from inside the workings of Google have indicated the deep seeded intent to stop Donald Trump.
Recently, Project Veritas released a new report on Google which includes undercover video of a Senior Google Executive, leaked documents, and testimony from a Google insider. The report appears to show Google’s plans to affect the outcome of the 2020 elections and “prevent” the next “Trump situation.” As the video gained traction on Google’s YouTube approaching a million views, they took it down.