What do you have when you put a far-left liberal in charge of determining if conservative content meets one’s standards?
You get unconstitutional censorship that intentionally tries to silence conservatives and truth.
This is what Facebook, Twitter and Google have been actively doing and their censorship against conservatives has been rapidly escalating in advance of the 2018 midterm elections.
In one of the latest anti-conservative censorship, Google Ads effectively blocked a campaign video produced by Tennessee Republican candidate Rep. Marsha Blackburn, who is running for the Senate seat being vacated by Bob Corker, a Republican.
Google Ads claim Blackburn’s video, titled Stop the Mob, didn’t meet Google standards.
Conservative Firing Line – Is blocking truth censorship? Google Ads blocked Tennessee GOP candidate Marsha Blackburn from releasing a campaign ad for Google search users because the “content didn’t meet Google standards.” The 30 second ad titled “Stop the Mob” showed protesters screaming during a moment of silence for the victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, and a protester kicking a cameraman. She also had a 15 second ad.
According to the Daily Caller,
Google Ads, an online advertising platform, would not allow the Tennessee Republican’s campaign for Senate promote two campaign videos as search ads because the content doesn’t meet Google’s standards, according to an email sent to the campaign…
Over the past couple of months, the tech giants have blacked and censored the pages, accounts and websites of over 1,000 conservatives.
Their efforts have also had a huge financial impact that has been putting many of the conservatives into financial difficulty, which is part of the intent of the leftists.
If not stopped by Congress or the federal government, Facebook, Google, Twitter and others will eventually censor and silence EVERY conservative, leaving only the voices and messages of the leftists and socialists who are dead set on destroying America.
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