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Google and Big Tech Are Already Implementing Their Chinese-Tested Blacklists on US Conservatives

In November 2018 the Guardian reported on  group of Google employees published an open letter on Tuesday calling on their employer to cancel its plans to build a censored search engine for China, the latest expression of worker unrest at a company that earlier this month saw thousands stage walkouts over its handling of sexual misconduct cases.

The Google employees were very upset that Google’s Project Dragonfly would allow the Chinese government to blacklist certain search terms.  The employees said,  “Many of us accepted employment at Google with the company’s values in mind…  After a year of disappointments … we no longer believe this is the case.”

Just months later it is now obvious that Google, Facebook and Twitter are using their own blacklists of prominent conservatives and their supporters.

If you search Google for prominent conservative voices including: Mike Cernovich, Joe diGenova, Jack Posobiec or Gateway Pundit you will see a hit pieces and biased attacks.  The Gateway Pundit is one of the largest, most accurate and most influential publishers in the country today.  In the last month if you search Google for “Gateway Pundit” the first item that it pulls up is a pdf of Jim Hoft’s speech to Congress.  The line item says: “Gateway Pundit – Congressman Steve King”. It is a pdf! We have written hundreds of stories that changed the media narrative in the US and this pdf is the first item the pops up?  Most likely it is because some Google jack*ss wanted to link us to Republican Rep. King who the left has smeared as a racist.

If you are on Facebook You may have noticed you no longer get to choose what you will see or read. Facebook makes that decision for you today. Facebook eliminated over one billion page views to conservative websites after the 2016 election. So if you no longer see articles from your favorite conservative publishers there’s a reason for that.

And thanks to Allum Bokhari at Breirtbart News we also know that Facebook has compiled a “hate agents list” of prominent pages to eliminate traffic to the pages. The list includes Candace Owens and Brigitte Gabriel, two popular and prominent conservatives. There is no telling how many more conservatives are on the list but surely it is in the hundreds.

Twitter also has its blacklists to shadow-ban or eliminates prominent conservative voices including President Trump.

In July 2018 it was reported that a study by the leftist website Vice News found that Twitter is censoring top pro-Trump lawmakers.   Twitter is targeting pro-Trump Republican lawmakers Matt Gaetz, Devin Nunes, Mark Meadows, Jim Jordan and John Ratcliffe with the same shadowbanning technique.

Twitter is also censoring prominant pro-Trump accounts including: Mike Cernovich, Jack Posobiec, Paul Joseph Watson, TGP’s Jim Hoft, TGP’s Cassandra Fairbanks and Laura Loomer among others.

The tech giants are already implementing their Chinese tested blacklists to eliminate conservative voices online.  It’s a good thing for them that there is no Republican who really gives a damn about this enough to take any action.  Soon it will be too late to reverse this trend.

It’s just too bad those brave Google employees don’t care as much about Americans as they do the Chinese.

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  1. Staggered at the vitriol that Pelosi and co generate. And its comes up everywhere. Much like here, all we seem to be battered with is Jacinda and their awful behavoir and attitudes. Millennials whinging and racists and history bashers endeavoring to alter our history. Look at the efforts to scrub Cook from our history but a narcissist women in Gisborne. Devoid of reality.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12232941

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    • What an awful, miserable woman! The 17th century was what it was, good and bad. Cook was the Neil Armstrong of his day.

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  2. Even in your truck, big brother is watching.

    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/389844/truckies-leaving-job-over-poor-pay-driver-facing-cameras

    I am not sure about the driver facing cameras but my eldest son got pulled over for speeding, he has speed limiters plus he would get a phone call from the office if they detected excess speed. He went to court to defend it. The duty solicitor that he spoke to at the court, looked at the evidence took it to the prosecution and said you had better read this and they withdrew the charge. There were things about the new monitoring systems that were not understood by the police.

    My son was pleased that there was data to back up his assertions, otherwise he would only have had his word, but ‘no it wasn’t your honour’, and would have got demerits and a fine. It cost him more than the fine to defend it. So some of the technology can be used for good not just to spy on the driver.

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    • Thanks to Stephen F@%$&#g Joyce I had a camera spying on me while I worked for many years.

      Thanks also to Stephen F@%$&#g Joyce I had to pay for the F@%$&#g camera myself.

      However I have no sympathy for these truck drivers. If you don’t like the boss checking what you do with his $1/2 million plus machinery buy your own truck or get another job.

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    • Family member told his boss he would leave if a driver facing camera was fitted in his work ute. He is a great worker in a job that many would not wish to do. His boss backed down.
      Road facing cameras are a fantastic option and onboard GPS monitoring speed and location cover most other problems employers need to monitor.

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