Did Email Providers Kill Republican Emails During 2018 Midterms?

Written by Wes Walker on January 9, 2019

Has the Left’s outrage about a few Rusian Facebook ads and ‘Macedonian Content Farms’ been distracting us from the bigger story all along?

If the data in this claims holds up… Silicon Valley has been organizing an electoral COUP.

They’ve been using our very tools of communication against us.

In this case — email.

In this light, Silicon Valley’s own ‘Civil War’ rhetoric is even more chilling than it was when we first wrote about it. They don’t just WANT to remake America in their image whether free citizens agree with it or not… their plans to make it happen may already be underway.
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It’s one thing to have candidates sway the public that this guy or that woman has the right plan or policy or reputation to stand for elected office with the full backing of the local electorate.

But when some cubicle-dwelling stranger in Silicone Valley is picking winners and losers without ANY interest in what the local electorate have to say about it, the very foundation of the American Experiment is being threatened… not from some despotic foreign government, but from fatcats who think they know better how our lives should be governed than we do.

Alex Boedigheimer suspected that political suppression was a real possibility. So, during the last election, he set up a little test to find out for himself.

During the Midterms, he set up email accounts on three platforms — AOL, Yahoo, and Gmail, and signed up for newsletters from Democrat, Republican and neutral candidates.

They kept control of what variables they could, including opening all the mail every time it came in. They tracked how many went to regular email, and how many got scooped up into the spam folder.

You might expect a fairly even distribution of emails that went to spam if there were no dishonest dealing on the part of the email providers, right?

What does it tell us if there are pretty consistent groupings based on the political leaning of the sender? Can we seriously dismiss it as mere coincidence?

First — here are the overall results by their respective email services:

Here it is broken up by candidates/party that got bounced into the spam folders.

As graphs go this one seems pretty serious.

Serious…

..as in, the FEC should start looking into it, serious.

…as in, this is the sort of election tampering that might have been a far better use of Mueller’s time and resources while supposedly looking into election ‘collusion’ and ‘tampering’, serious.

Provided, in fact, that Mueller ever cared in the least about any of that in the first place… and wasn’t just using that authority of his to other political or private advantages.

And that assumption is by no means certain, either.

This is starting to look less like an anomaly, and more like a coup by Big Tech to disenfranchise the People’s Voices, and (in Roman Praetorian Guard fashion) install a government of their own choosing… whether the rest of us like it or not.

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