Tech Censors — The Democrat Donors who Saved the 2020 Election

Politics are managed by media technology companies.

The discourse of the nation is predominantly controlled by large technology companies.

Executives of these companies donate to the Democrat party and, in some cases, held political positions as Democrats, either before or after their employment role, in a revolving door to have an influence that is favorable to their respective company and to the Democrat party.

Siobhan Oat-Judge, Global Content Policy Lead at YouTube, started with the DNC in 2004, then went to the U.S. Department of State from 2007 to 2019.

Here are donations from the various technology executives:
Vijaya Gadde
Siobhan Oat
Mark Zuckerberg
Susan Wojcicki
Sundar Pichai

Google itself funds the Democrat party establishment, to the Democratic Senatorial Campaign.

YouTube funded “Defending Democracy Together” among others.

“Defending Democracy Together” is an organization of conservatives against former president Donald Trump. These are possibly the Republicans referenced by the “well-funded cabal” mentioned in the Time magazine article, “The Secret Bipartisan Campaign That Saved the 2020 Election”.

Twitter supports and funds Democrat politicians with money and with what they publish or suppress on their website. When the New York Post published its article on the connection between Hunter Biden and China, Twitter Trust and Safety locked the NY Post’s Twitter account and prevented the sharing the Hunter Biden news article. This was done prior to the 2020 presidential election to influence the election in favor of Joe Biden.

Facebook, too, of course, but $16,710,000?

The media companies’ collusion with governments prevents democratic process. It does not save democracy, as Time magazine claimed in The Secret History of the Shadow Campaign That Saved the 2020 Election. This unchecked power must be reigned in and regulated.

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