Tech Companies Apple, Twitter, Google, and Instagram Collude to Defeat Trump

There is no such thing as Pro-Trump free speech as Clinton corporate allies serve up a carefully curated view of the campaign

My dad always told me that conservative candidates have to work twice as hard as their liberal opponents to win elections because they’re fighting two opponents: the Democratic Party and the media.

The usual suspects from left-leaning major media outlets like The New York Times, MSNBC, CNN and even entertainment networks are doing everything in their power to ensure a Clinton victory. Look no further than to Wolf Blitzer mincing around and drinking wine at the Democratic convention, celebrating Hillary’s nomination. But the propaganda skewing this election runs much deeper than just the media: our iPhones, iPads, social media networks, Google and even video games are all in the tank for Hillary Clinton—and it’s chilling.

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    Wolf Blitzer mincing around drinking wine.
    I saw that.
    It was disgusting.

    • Daviddowntown

      and Jeffrey Lord excused him but then he is being paid by clinton news network as well.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    The Trump campaign should sue for injunctive relief on this, especially since some of these companies have a stranglehold on social media.

  • kkruger71

    Facebook is terrible for my go-to issue, word choice. On the trending feed it will feature stories about both, but even when it has stories about both, they choose words to taint peoples impressions. When both candidates respond to negative news, Clinton “defends her actions” while Trump “attacks his detractors”. Most breaking stories are written to give the details first when attacking Trump, i.e. “Trump beats his wife, according to a report”, while Clinton stories try to dismiss the source or question the validity before even putting in the claim. “Far right group claims Clinton broke the law”. Similarly is using direct one word quotes, which though accurate, tend to give the reader the same impression as someone using air quotes in person.
    Trump broke election financing laws…
    Clinton “broke” election financing rules…

  • Justin St.Denis

    I have spoken to several family members in the USA and a couple have told me that behind a lot of this alleged support for HRD is the following sentiment: “Yeah, yeah, yeah. We know she’s a psychopath, but she’s OUR psychopath.”

  • John

    Geez, came across an article about an app that does polling and which stated that Trump may well have a good lead on Hillary. Can’t find the darn thing! People who are contacted by pollsters on land lines and cell phones aren’t anonymous and many therefore be too intimidated to state their true voting intentions. PC pressures may now be so great that people are systematically lying.

    Found it. This is interesting.—trump-win-election/88640044/

    • kkruger71

      Not really all that new. There was a lot of that sort of thing with Mike Harris supporters back in the 90s too. People would have their property damaged, cars keyed, etc. if they dared put up a PC sign, so many didn’t. And when pollsters would come knocking on their door they would lie, worried they would also be vandalized if anyone found out about their voting intentions.