Republican Indiana AG Launches an Investigation into “Censoring Conservative Content” by Five Big Tech Companies
Republican Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita announced an investigation into five large tech companies for censorship of conservatives.
The five tech companies are Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, and Twitter.
He wants to know if these five companies are guilty of “having potentially harmed Indiana consumers through business practices that are abusive, deceptive and/or unfair.”
The answer is yes.
The simple fact is these five companies have become the propaganda arm of the Democratic party and unless those companies pay huge fines and those responsible for censorship are sent to prison, we will see them become bolder and bolder in aiding and abetting the Democrats.
Not only do they censor conservative content, but they also cover up bad acts by Democrats and their families. Hiding information is as bad as their censorship.
According to a statement from the Office of the Indiana Attorney General:
In particular, Attorney General Rokita is probing methods by which the companies have limited consumers’ access to certain content — often deleting or obscuring posted material reflecting a politically conservative point of view. Such manipulation prevents consumers from making informed choices, Attorney General Rokita said.
“In a free society, few assets are more important to consumers than access to information and the opportunity to express political viewpoints in meaningful forums,” Attorney General Rokita said. “It is potentially harmful and unfair for these companies to manipulate content in ways they do not publicly discuss or that consumers do not fully understand.”
The investigation also includes the alleged actions taken by Attorney Vanita Gupta, Joe Biden’s nominee to be associate U.S. attorney general, who has urged social media companies to censor all conservative content. Biden continues to pick the worst possible people to positions of power in his regime. Do we really want someone who disagrees with the first amendment to have a powerful job at the DOJ?
A statement from the office of the Attorney General indicated that Gupta has allegedly met with Facebook and Twitter executives to urge “more rigorous rules and enforcement.”
In 2018, Gupta’s leftist interest group The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights sent a letter addressed to Mark Zuckerberg. The letter urges the CEO to take immediate steps to build public faith in Facebook. For Gupta public faith means engaging in more censorship and content moderation.
Rokita said the investigation could lead to lawsuits against the Big Tech companies.