Hawley, Buck BASH Big Tech Censorship, Offer Solutions
Conservative lawmakers appeared ready and willing for a fight to protect free speech from Big Tech’s tyrannical grip at an event hosted to feature solutions. The Ethics & Public Policy Center held a Big Tech Symposium that allowed politicians, experts and attorneys to discuss issues like Section 230 and antitrust, along with possible solutions. Several lawmakers, including Senators …
Mike Lee, Chip Roy SLAM AOC for Cruz Tweet: ‘Retract’ and ‘Apologize’
Twitter slapped warning labels on tweets questioning the results of the 2020 presidential election all day long. But if a Democrat congressman falsely accuses a conservative senator of attempted murder, the platform turns a blind eye. A sitting congressman and senator have called to condemn Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) for falsely accusing Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) of…
25 Times Big Tech Claimed They Censored Conservatives by Mistake
Big Tech has eviscerated free speech on social media. There have been at least 25 famous, well-documented examples of when Big Tech companies censored conservatives, allegedly by mistake since August 7. 2018.
Brian Williams Gives Free Air Time to Ad Attacking GOP 'Traitors'
On Thursday's The 11th Hour, MSNBC host Brian Williams showed his contempt for Republicans by giving free air time to an ad by the Lincoln Project attacking several Republicans who are expected to run for President in 2024. Introducing the ad, Williams declared that those Republicans had "sold their souls" in supporting President Donald Trump, and the ad derided them as "…
Sens. Lee, Cruz, Hawley, Blackburn BASH Big Tech Censorship at Hearing
Senate Republicans were not taking any excuses about censorship of conservatives from two Big Tech CEOs who appeared before the Senate once again. The Nov. 17 hearing, entitled “Breaking the News: Censorship, Suppression, and the 2020 Election,” featured testimony from Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Senator Mike Lee Torches Big Tech for History of One-Sided ‘Mistakes’
On Tuesday, Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) raked Facebook and Twitter over the coals at a hearing for having a history of “mistakes” that overwhelmingly appear to target conservatives.
Unhinged CNN: GOP Hates ‘Democracy,’ ‘Uncomfortable’ With Voters
CNN and the leftist-aligned media are demonizing the Republican party for ideas and actions they themselves advocated for in the past. It has a very ‘rules for thee but not for me’ vibe that belies their partisanship. CNN Analyst John Avlon appeared on Monday morning’s New Day for his regular “Reality Check”. Rather than report fairly, the leftist hack remarked: “Republicans are…
Sens. Cruz, Johnson, Lee Demand Google CEO Respond to Study
Three Republican senators have written to Google CEO Sundar Pichai calling on him to reconcile Pichai’s claim that "Google does not modify any products, including Search, to promote a particular political viewpoint” with a new study finding that reminders to vote were sent only to liberals prior to the election.
The letter by Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Chair Ron…
Tech CEO’s Struggle to Give Single Example of Liberal Censorship
CEO’s from Twitter and Facebook struggled to provide one example of a liberal being censored on their respective platforms during a Senate hearing about Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. “I’m just asking you if you can name for me one high-profile liberal person or company who you have censored,” Lee stated. “I just want one name of one person or one entity.”
Unhinged Lunatics at MSNBC: GOP ‘Clowns’ Part of ‘Macho Death Cult’
As the confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Coney Barrett progress this week, the increasingly agitated co-hosts of MSNBC’s Morning Joe have chosen to distract themselves with something they’re more comfortable with: COVID-19 gossip.
DOJ Antitrust Suit Against Google May Force Sale of Chrome: Report
With the presidential election looming, the Department of Justice (DOJ) appears to be determined to strike Big Tech as soon as possible. The DOJ could file an antitrust lawsuit against Google in the coming weeks, and may force the company to sell its dominant Chrome browser, according to a Politico story on Saturday.
MSNBC Uncovers a Communist: Republican Senator Mike Lee!
MSNBC AM Joy guest host Jonathan Capehart says he invited Stuart Stevens of the Lincoln Project on the show to discuss the tweet by Sen. Mike Lee [R-UT], in which he said, "Democracy isn’t the objective; liberty, peace, and prosperity are. We want the human condition to flourish. Rank democracy can thwart that." Lee's point is that the United States is not a pure democracy, it is…
DOJ Expected to Bring Antitrust Suit Against Google Next Week: Report
The Department of Justice (DOJ) has been preparing to potentially take down Google’s empire, and it’s nearing the finish line. The DOJ is expected to bring an antitrust lawsuit against Google next week, and “is currently urging state attorneys general to sign onto the lawsuit,” several sources familiar with the process told Reuters yesterday.
WashPost: DOJ Moves Closer to Bringing Antitrust Case Against Google
The Department of Justice (DOJ) may now be one step closer to bringing down Google’s massive empire. The DOJ is expected to brief state attorneys general on plans to file an antitrust lawsuit against Google as early as this week, according to sources cited in The Washington Post.