Ryan E.
December 10, 2022

GOP Wants Same Files On Facebook, Google That Musk Releasing For Twitter

There is one reason that stands above the rest in regards as to why the files that Elon Musk is releasing from Twitter are so important:

They show just how corrupt Big Tech really is.

Ever since Elon's big takeover of the website, we've been getting the proof that we've needed to back up the claim that conservatives have been treated unfairly.

Now, it's time for the other companies in the Big Tech circle to provide the same data.

If Musk's doing it, why should Facebook and Google be afraid to?

Well, because they have things to hide, of course. They've been keeping America in the dark for too long, that's how they're getting away with it. If all of the proof of censoring conservatives is hidden behind locked doors, then they can just pretend that there's no censoring of conservatives!

It's sick logic. One that Representative Carlos Gimenez of Florida thinks that we're going to need internal files to break.

Twitter's been exposed, now the rest of them need to be as well:

"I think, look, we need to investigate it, what role did government have in trying to suppress freedom of speech. Freedom of speech is one of our fundamental rights, and did government actually have an active role in doing that, in censoring people of one political persuasion or another. So, we need to bring them all in. And also, look, it’s really fortuitous that Elon Musk actually bought Twitter and now is opening it up. And we need to do the same thing with Facebook and Google and those other platforms because they have so much power, they wield so much power over the information that we get as Americans and so many people are influenced by what they see."

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