Tulsi Gabbard Sues Google for Censorship

Democratic Presidential contender Tulsi Gabbard has announced she’s suing Google after the Tech Giant refuses to sell her ads.


Gabbard was the most searched Democrat after the debates, and her team wanted to take advantage of that momentum.

Unfortunately Google wouldn’t allow her:

“In the hours following the 1st debate, while millions of Americans searched for info about Tulsi, Google suspended her search ad account w/o explanation. It is vital to our democracy that big tech companies can’t affect the outcome of elections tulsi.to/tulsi-vs-google”

https://twitter.com/tulsigabbard/status/1154444505090629633?s=21

2/3 – #Google controls 88% of internet search in the US — giving it control over our access to information. Google’s arbitrary suspension of the account of a presidential candidate should be of concern to all Americans. tulsi.to/tulsi-vs-google

https://twitter.com/tulsigabbard/status/1154444507343011842?s=21

3/3 – Google’s discrimination against our campaign reveals the danger of their dominance & how the dominance of big tech over public discourse threatens core American values. They threaten our democracy & #Tulsi will fight back on behalf of all Americans. tulsi.to/tulsi-vs-google

https://twitter.com/tulsigabbard/status/1154444509733720064?s=21

As conservatives we know all to well about censorship by tech giants.

Now that the shoe is on the other foot, let’s see what Google does.

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