This has been a long standing issue when Google has specifically and provably targeted conservatives for censorship of their materials. From the recent Project Veritas under cover investigation that conversed with many Google executives that confessed that google uses AI (Artificial Intelligence) to sort out what searches relate to pro-conservative content, and then once google’s AI identifies the search as pro-conservative related, it buries all pro-conservative content at the bottom of the search results. Youtube has many accusations as well as many investigations to the same type of behavior and is also a Google subsidiary.
Just last week there was a Senate hearing on Google censorship and Reason Magazine reported Google News may well skew left: A study by the media company AllSides found that approximately 65 percent of the company’s search engine results come from left-leaning sources.
I can say with certainty Google/Youtube/Twitter/Facebook all the big social media giants have censored us as well. I have the notices from these companies of when we were censored, but no reason given. We went from 7.4 million visitors on twitter every month up until May, to now only getting less than 100,000 views on twitter per month, after they censored us, and banned us for a short time. I was able to recover the account, but not the popularity of the account. On facebook, you can’t even link to this website, try it. Try typing in: https://disruptarian.com it won’t let you post it! Same with three other of our URL’s. So I would be happy to join a class action lawsuit on this censorship. Just write me! I have plenty of verifiable documentation.
On June 28th, 2019 in the immediate hours following the first Democratic Presidential debate, millions of Americans were searching online for information about Tulsi Gabbard. In fact, according to multiple news reports, Tulsi was the most searched candidate on Google. Then, without any explanation, Google suspended Tulsi’s Google Ads account.
For hours, Tulsi’s campaign advertising account remained offline while Americans everywhere were searching for information about her. During this time, Google obfuscated and dissembled with a series of inconsistent and incoherent reasons for its actions. In the end, Google never explained to us why Tulsi’s account was suspended.
Google controls 88 percent of all internet search in the United States – essentially giving it control over our access to information. That’s one reason why Tulsi has been a vocal proponent of breaking up the tech monopolies. And no matter what the motivation was for doing so, Google’s arbitrary and capricious decision to suspend Tulsi’s Google Ads account during a critical moment in our campaign should be of concern to all political candidates and in fact all Americans. Because if Google can do this to Tulsi, a combat veteran and four term Congresswoman who is running for the nation’s highest office, Google can do this to any candidate, from any party, running for any office in the United States.
Big Tech’s dominance represents a clear and present danger to our democracy. That’s why Tulsi is fighting back, and has filed a lawsuit against Google in federal court. Today’s New York Times reported on the lawsuit filed by our campaign against Google.
Tulsi gave this statement to the NYT: “Google’s discriminatory actions against my campaign are reflective of how dangerous their complete dominance over internet search is, and how the increasing dominance of big tech companies over our public discourse threatens our core American values. This is a threat to free speech, fair elections and to our democracy, and I intend to fight back on behalf of all Americans.”
Please join Tulsi in her fight for our core American values of free speech and fair elections. The Big Tech companies need to be held accountable for their actions, and that’s why we need Tulsi in the White House!
Also for reference, I had seriously considered voting for Tulsi in 2020. But after this outpouring of support for the Mauna Kea protesters, I have decided that will not be an option.