Donald Trump’s re-election campaign is facing historic opposition from the establishment in business, media, and entertainment industries.
And the President got some bad news on that front.
Now this one video exposing a crime that could rig the 2020 election had Trump red with rage.
The biggest opponent Donald Trump faces in the 2020 election is Big Tech.
Tech companies are censoring the President, banning his supporters, and censoring conservative speech under the guise of fighting “fake news” and “misinformation.”
Of course the tech companies are run and staffed by left-wing ideologues who consider any viewpoint that contradicts the Democrat Party agenda as “fake news” and “misinformation.”
Big Tech is even now working to prevent Republican candidates from communicating with voters.
Laura Loomer is a Republican running for Congress in Florida’s 21st Congressional district that’s held by Democrat Lois Frankel.
Loomer is a Jewish Trump supporter whom the fake news media falsely claims is a racist and Islamophobe.
Facebook and Twitter banned Loomer on the dubious grounds she was dangerous individual.
On the eve of the Republican primary, Loomer released a video explaining that Comcast had banned Loomer’s campaign from sending text messages to supporters.
Fox and Friends host Pete Hegseth tweeted out the video and demanded Republicans take action against Big Tech’s censorship of conservatives.
“See video. Wow. @Xfinity/@comcast has BANNED Republican front-runner Laura Loomer from sending texts & emails to voters. This is next-level censorship,” Hegseth wrote. “When she wins the @gop primary on Tuesday, will the Republican Party fight for her? They’d better!”
To make matters more interesting, Loomer is running for Congress in the district that includes President Trump’s Mar-A-Lago residence.
As it turns out, President Trump addressed Big Tech trying to rig the election against conservatives in an Oval Office interview with Breitbart.
The President accused Google, Twitter, Facebook, and other tech companies of asserting control over the flow of information to voters in 2020 to try and tilt the election in the Democrats favor.
Breitbart news exclusively reported, “Yeah, 100 percent,” Trump said when asked if big tech companies like Google and others are trying to control what information people see. “Do you have a doubt?”
In the interview, Breitbart outlined how Google suppressed search traffic to the site and President Trump blasted the tech companies as “dishonest” about free speech.
Breitbart exclusively reported:
That moment came after Breitbart News laid out for the president how Google has essentially turned off search traffic to the publication and other conservative news outlets for anything about his general election opponent former Vice President Joe Biden. A Breitbart News investigation published in late July details how Google has radically diminished search traffic to conservative outlets like Breitbart News since the 2016 election.
“The tech companies are very dishonest about that and about free speech,” Trump told Breitbart News. “It could be a big problem for them at the appropriate time.”
President Trump said he would take on the tech companies at the appropriate time.
But with companies like Google and Comcast meddling in the election to boost Democrats and hurt Republicans, that time is now.
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