Why Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and the Big Giant Tech Companies are Censoring Conservatives, Christians, and Libertarians: 3 Things You Should Know

Craig HueyCurrent Events, Economics, Social MediaLeave a Comment

Why do these Big Tech media organizations make an authoritarian decision in blocking opposing points of views?

Why do they want to manipulate algorithms in order to destroy and marginalize anyone who disagrees?

The bottom line is that they share a pro-Socialist, authoritarian, collectivist point of view. They want to impose more government control and the people and the economy based on their political ideology. They are imposing their worldview privately through their platforms.

Its the same type of activity that you would see with Communist China, Cuba, Venezuela…

The same type of activity that you would see with any authoritarian regime using censorship…

They believe they are righteously correct and other must obey – no dissent.

It’s an attack on the fundamental right of free speech, because they don’t believe in it.

They believe in a narrow, authoritarian point of view. Here are three things you should know:

  1. Corporate conformity: The media Big Tech company Presidents’ and employees all believe in this collectivist ideology. 95% of all the donors were to President Biden and the Democrats. Anyone who disagrees within the company, lives in fear.
  2. Self-righteous collusion: They want to avoid any type of competition – so by colluding with Apple, Amazon, Google and Facebook then they accomplish what they cannot do on their own -the promotion of an authoritarian, one-point view.
  3. One point of view: The elimination of the competition of free ideas in the marketplace enables them to control narratives, protect themselves, and advance their political agenda.

Only competition is the answer. These companies will not reform themselves. Only competition will break their monopoly of censorship.

What do you think? Email me at craig@electionforum.org.

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