Anti-Trust: Google Punishes Conservatives – Here’s Why It Should It Be Regulated

Conservatives have been hit by discrimination on the internet repeatedly. It’s time for it to stop.

Tucker Carlson lays out the case why it’s necessary.

What do you think? Is he right?

On Monday night Tucker Carlson explained that Google isn’t just like any other company, and it should be regulated for discriminatory behavior.

We know that Google was filtering content during the 2016 election campaign to favor Hillary.

Listen to Tucker’s explanation here:

Essentially, Google is the filter by which we determine reality.

And if we have someone else filtering our news, isn’t that like what happens in some countries like… North Korea?

Who monitors the monitors?

Google has made it clear that they allow diversity — as long as it fits their definition of diversity.

This is the company that fired a man for trying to solve a problem.

Writing a 10-page memo citing scientific reasons in response to a ‘lack of diversity’ closed-door rant session at Google got engineer James Damore fired.

And they never acknowledged his complaints.

Google can’t be trusted. They’ve allowed their bias to control their corporate behavior in the past by allowing pro-choice but not pro-life advertisers.

They are going to clamp down on ‘fake news’.

News that they determine is ‘fake’.

Would James Damore’s name be known now if Google had been the sole arbiter of what is and isn’t news?

Unlikely.

And that’s why we need to have them accountable.

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