Devin Nunes revealed what laws Big Tech broke with this ban on conservative speech
Americans had never seen anything like it before.
Big Tech moved in a coordinated attack to censor Donald Trump and his allies.
And Devin Nunes revealed what laws Big Tech broke with this ban on conservative speech.
House Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Devin Nunes told Fox News Channel’s Maria Bartiromo that CEOs of Apple, Amazon, and Google violated antitrust laws and RICO statutes and should face criminal prosecution for nuking the social media app Parler.
Parler emerged as a free speech alternative to Twitter but Google and Apple took the app out of its stores making it impossible to download by claiming the site did not do enough to impose communist Chinese-style moderation policies.
Amazon followed by kicking Parler off its servers taking the app offline.
“I don’t know where the hell the Department of Justice is at right now or the FBI,” Nunes told Bartiromo.
“I have 3 million followers on Parler,” Nunes continued. “Tonight I will no longer be able to communicate with those people and they’re Americans.”
For years, liberals and Never-Trumpers told conservatives to “build your own Twitter” if you did not like the moderation practices of left-wing social media platforms.
When conservatives found an alternative Big Tech colluded to kill their competitor.
“The effect of this is that there is no longer a free and open social media company or site for any American to get on any longer,” Nunes added.
Nunes explained that conservatives have no ability to freely express and share their ideas and views on social media because left-wing censors at the dominant platforms make up the rules for content moderation as they go along and consider all conservative viewpoints “hate speech” and inciting violence.
Congress Nunes explained that conservatives “don’t want to be regulated by left-wingers that are at Twitter and Facebook and Instagram, where you get shadowbanned, nobody gets to see you, they get to decide what’s violent and not violent.”
“It’s preposterous,” Nunes added.