Communism In America | Big-Tech More Powerful Than Government

Today upon checking the nights auto-imported videos on this sites news vlog, I noticed several were deleted by Google owned YouTube. Big-tech is more powerful than the government. It’s a perfect example of Communism in America. And in my opinion, our constitutional rights are nearly gone!

Narrated screen video from with my opinion about news media being censored by globalists.

What has happened to the America I Love? ❤ It’s the new world Communism in America as Globalists have all but taken our last rights away. Our first amendment right to free speech, and freedom of the press, is gone on the Internet today.

Globalist Google owned YouTube is now deleting any videos that dispute or discuss the winner of the 2020 presidential election. It’s a fact that big-tech and the main stream media is now more powerful than the government. They wanted Joe Biden to be president.

They reversed their algorithm to rate negative content about Donald Trump first. They then buried anything good about America’s best president deep in their indexes where it wasn’t easily found.

When journalists at the New York Post did their job and researched content found on Hunter Biden’s top computer. Not one main stream media conglomerate covered the story. Twitter went one step further left and suspended the posts account. Twitter accused the post of spreading misinformation . Their account remained suspended for around a week. Facebook also suspended the posts account, and you guessed it right, for spreading misinformation. As damaging as this properly researched story was to the Biden campaign, they had to prevent it from spreading!

When big-tech, social media companies such as Facebook and Twitter. Globalist company Google. And the main stream media, get more powerful the government It’s a serous problem.

In closing, I’m saddened by what is becoming Communism in globalist dictated America!

I'm a Florida-born good ole southern boy hanging out online keeping up with tech. Being a TV technician from the early 70s I felt right at home when the net was released to the public. I blog my opinion about many worthy subjects as a hobbyist. If you find this article's information helpful please comment and share wherever possible!

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