This secret plot to rig the 2020 election has Trump supporters up in arms
When Donald Trump runs for re-election in 2020, the playing field may not be level.
The left has a secret plan to rig the election.
And it has Trump supporters up in arms.
Leftist ideologues run big tech companies.
They are convinced conservatives “exploited” social media to defeat Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Starting in 2017, Facebook, Twitter and Google began suppressing the reach of and outright banning conservative accounts.
The campaign culminated with CNN’s crusade to censor Trump supporters on the internet by de-platforming Alex Jones.
Social media was key to Donald Trump defeating the efforts of the fake news media to sink his campaign.
2020 campaign manager Brad Parscale is putting tech companies on notice.
Parscale warned they are censoring conservatives and the campaign would not stand for it.
The Daily Caller reports:
President Donald Trump’s campaign manager, Brad Parscale, blasted big tech companies’ censorship of conservatives in an op-ed Thursday, saying the censorship must stop before the internet becomes “Big Brother.”
“Big Tech’s anti-conservative bias is positively institutional. Facebook, Google (YouTube), and Twitter all work with the Southern Poverty Law Center, a far-left organization with a proven track record of anti-conservative bias, to decide what is and isn’t ‘hate speech,’” Parscale wrote in the Washington Examiner op-ed.
Parscale pointed to the many examples of Facebook, Twitter, Google, and YouTube’s recent bans on outspoken conservative pundits.
The few examples he lists are: Republican congressional candidate Elizabeth Heng, whose ad was banned on Facebook, and controversial commentator Alex Jones and his website Infowars, who was de-platformed on Facebook and YouTube.
Additionally, Parscale called out Twitter hypocrisy for temporarily banning Candace Owens, but not Sarah Jeong. Owens is the Media Director of Turning Point USA — a college student organization. She parodied tweets written by Jeong, The New York Times’ new editorial board member, who has a history of racist anti-white tweets.