Imagine living in a world where a few executives in Silicon Valley, along with a couple of credit card companies, get to control what you say, who you interact with, what causes you can support, whose products you can buy and whether you can run a business. Political domination by Silicon Valley and progressive corporations likely outcome if Republican voters don’t turn out in sufficient numbers this Tuesday.America has already caught a glimpse of the coming corporate dystopia. Over the past two years, we’ve seen a massive, largely unchecked assault on Americans’ ability to enjoy their constitutional freedoms, led by unaccountable CEOs and relentlessly encouraged by Democrats and the establishment media. The most striking example of this undemocratic collusion between political factions and corporations was the mass-ban of Alex Jones and Infowars. Love him or loathe him, Jones was the most censored man in media this year, facing permanent bans from Apple podcasts, Apple’s App Store, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Spotify, LinkedIn, Vimeo, Mailchimp, and even Pinterest. The mass purge followed weeks of lobbying by CNN for Silicon Valley to take action. Other conservative figures who have been blacklisted by big tech this year include CRTV host Gavin McInnes (on both… Read full this story
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