Google, Facebook, and Twitter are monopolies whose executives see themselves as the rightful arbiters of public discourse in America. They seemingly ban, “shadowban,” deplatform, and demonetize conservative users and politicians they oppose with alarming regularity. The tech companies, believing that social media played a pivotal role in Donald Trump’s victory, are determined to prevent a repeat of the 2016 election
Americans know the problem — 59 percent of voters see Big Tech bias as a problem, including 68 percent of Republicans and 53 percent of Democrats. Slowly but surely, the American people, their elected officials, and the enforcement agencies of the federal government are rising to address the challenge of online censorship by massive monopolistic entities, which runs directly contrary to the founding principles of our nation.
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