(RepublicanReport.com) – Across the country, legal experts are scrambling to get to the bottom of the apparent fraud that took place during this year’s election. However, Big Tech is doing its very best to make sure the public doesn’t hear anything about it.
On Saturday, December 12, Twitter temporarily blocked users from liking or replying to a series of tweets from Donald Trump alleging election fraud. They also labeled the tweets in question with warnings that the content was “disputed.”
As if that wasn’t bad enough, YouTube has gotten in on the act, too. The video platform (which is a subsidiary of Google) has begun removing videos that present Trump as the true winner of the election.
The Trump campaign announced two new national cable TV "Stop the Steal" ads to air tomorrow morning, urging people to "call their legislators to demand a free and fair election."
The ads have already been taken down on YouTube for violating community guidelines. pic.twitter.com/Ep8a5xMrfO
— Amanda Golden (@amandawgolden) December 12, 2020
If voters consider the speculation about election fraud and decide they don’t believe any interference took place, there’s nothing wrong with that. However, we need to be able to see, hear, and evaluate the available evidence in order to make that judgment. Big Tech’s restriction of this content is grossly offensive to the principles of American democracy.
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