TECH TYRANNY: GOP Fundraising Social Media Page Goes Down In Georgia… Coincidence?

Written by Wes Walker on January 4, 2021

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It’s hardly a secret that Silicon Valley is hellbent on turning the whole nation blue if they can manage it.

Look no further than the bias from this election cycle and you could recognize the ring of truth behind claims that they doing their damnedest to rig the results. They are applying the same strategies they used to capture California on the rest of the country.

Get control. Rig the game. Make that control permanent.

As for getting control? It’s a bare-knuckle fight and they’re playing for keeps.

Days out from the runoff election, with what’s been described as ‘dwindling’ Democrat coffers, this story came at a very convenient time for a corporation openly cheering for the left to seize total control.

The National Republican Senatorial Committee posted on Twitter on Friday that Facebook “shut down the ad account for the Georgia Battleground Fund, a joint fundraising committee for NRSC, [Senate candidate David Perdue] and [Senate candidate Kelly Loeffler].”

“This is unacceptable with only 4 days to Election Day,” the NRSC tweeted.

The company in shutting down the page cited alleged “deceptive or misleading” policy violations. Facebook later said the controversy was caused by an unspecified technical mishap.

“An automated error caused this ad account to be disabled,” the company told media. “The account has since been restored.” — JustTheNews

Automated error.

Notice how these errors never hurt the Democrats?

Automated? Possibly.

Error? Aw, HELL no.

If you were wondering why the President is so hellbent on removing certain legal protections from Tech Oligarchs… here you have it.