LIVE: Big Tech CEO’s Testify Before Congress on Anti-Competitive Practices

After the 2016 election of President Trump, Google executives vowed to make Trump’s victory a “blip” in history. Recent data shows Google has reduced’s visibility by 99.7 percent since 2016.

The CEO’s of Google, Amazon, Apple and Facebook will be testifying before House lawmakers over allegations of anti-competitive practices on Wednesday July 29, starting at Noon. Read their prepared remarks.

We will have to wait and see if GOP lawmakers press them on the purge of conservative voices.

The Purge: The Natural Progression Of “Woke” Censorship Is Tyranny

Brandon Smith at explains how Google doesn’t pay for the massive bandwidth it uses and discusses when Big Tech becomes a public service. “Corporations are a product of socialism, not free market capitalism; and when they become monopolies, they are subject to regulation and possible demarcation.”

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Wikipedia Wages War on Conservatives

Wikipedia’s bias against conservatives is picking up steam as the 2020 election approaches. Recently Zerohedge and The Federalist were banned as sources after they criticized the Marxist group Black Lives Matter.

Editors censored information on Rayshard Brooks’ criminal past after he was killed in an officer involved shooting that led to riots in Atlanta. After the George Floyd riots the site has downplayed the violence and censored evidence of Antifa involvement.

When Tucker Carlson began exposing the Russiagate hoax, his Wikipedia page was smeared which has continued nonstop.

Campaign staffers of Pete Buttigieg, Andrew Yang, and Kamala Harris, had created or edited articles on their candidates in a biased manner during the 2020 presidential race.

Undisclosed paid editing is a violation of Wikipedia terms of service, but disclosed paid editing is a widespread practice.

With allegations of editors being paid to promote or produce content, we expect the trend against conservatives to increase exponentially.

Infographic from HongKiat’s Alfredo K.

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Are U.S. Citizens Being Slow Rolled Into a Social Credit System?

Silicon Valley corporations are already ranking Americans with a system and black listing conservatives before the 2020 election.

After news of China’s TikTok spying on iPhone users’ clipboards, will Americans wake up and start thinking about which cool App they download?

The creator of the Black Mirror series recently suspended their show citing the world is too bleak right now. One of their episodes featured a future social media credit score nightmare scenario.

Infographic from German company Bertelsmann-Stiftung.

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FBI Cracks Criminal Enterprise Phantom Secure

A Canada-based encrypted communication service called Phantom Secure was taken down by the FBI last week. It allegedly helped a network of criminals communicate through smartphones with typical functionality (calling, texting, internet, GPS) removed.

Now if they could find out what state secrets were allegedly stolen through the Democrats’ blackberries.


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Stingray Cellphone Surveillance Device Deployments Blamed on Israel

Three former senior U.S. officials allegedly claim Israel is behind the use of cellphone surveillance devices found near the White House and other Washington D.C. areas. Politico exclusive report.

Once activated, the devices scoop up personal data from everyone in the vicinity.

Hopefully these are not the same U.S. officials who “leaked” the Russiagate hoax. The timing of the discovery prior to the Sept. 17 Israeli elections is suspicious.

Graphic courtesy artist Doug Griswold.

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