Skip to comments.Google accused of 'illegal contributions' to pro-amnesty campaigns
Posted on 11/02/2018 7:16:05 PM PDT by bitt
An organization that opposes illegal immigration filed a complaint asking the Federal Election Commission to investigate Googles illegal contributions of value to pro-amnesty Democrat and GOP campaigns.
William Gheen, president of Americans for Legal Immigration PAC, said the complaint alleges Facebook, Google and Twitter violated federal regulations that prohibit corporations and corporation employees from contributing any services or anything of value to elections and campaigns.
Silicon Valley companies are contributing to Democrat campaigns by silencing conservative opposition to illegal immigration and groups like ALIPAC that support the conservative anti-amnesty opponents of left-wing candidates favored by these companies, he said.
One provision states: National banks and corporations organized by authority of any law of Congress are prohibited from making a contribution, as defined in 11 CFR 114.1(a), in connection with any election to any political office, including local, state and federal offices, or in connection with any primary election or political convention or caucus held to select candidates for any political office, including any local, state or federal office
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These companies have collectively reduced our web traffic to our main website at ALIPAC.us, reduced our search result rankings drastically, banned us at times, shadow banned us covertly, suppressed our content and releases, blocked ads, removed our ability to place ads, deleted videos and content, made multiple false accusations of hate speech or hateful content against us, and refused to verify our accounts, ALIPAC said.
ALIPACs report was entered into the Congressional Record by Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa.
The report said companies such as Google, Twitter, Facebook and Amazon have put limits on conservatives such as Diamond and Silk, Center for Immigration Studies, Ann Coulter, Alex Jones, California Republican congressional candidate Elizabeth Heng, executive director of the Ron Paul Institute Daniel McAdams, Milo Yiannopoulos, Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., Prager University, Overpasses for America, Canadian intelligence expert and prominent anti-Islamist researcher Tom Quiggin, Jihad Watch, David Horowitz of Frontpage Magazine, YouTubers James Allsup and Lauren Southern, Steven Crowder and Fox News contributor Michelle Malkin.
If it isnt campaigning, how would the end result be any different if it was?
These people are so dagumed dirty it’s sickening.
TRUMPS'S HUD COMPLAINT NOW IN MOTION SAYS: Facebook mines extensive user data and classifies its users based on protected characteristics. Facebooks ad targeting tools then invite advertisers to express unlawful preferences by suggesting discriminatory options. Among those options are physical disabilities, parents with children and even religious practices advertisers are allowed to show their ads only to people Facebook deems interested in Jesus or the Christian Church, for example. Those practices could violate the Civil Rights Act, HUD said in the complaint, dated August 13.
The Cheap Labor Express owns most of the GOP.
Discovery on this case is going to be epic.
It has now become firmly established that inequality of outcome is absolute proof of bias in matters involving race, gender, sexual orientation, religion (as long as the offended is Muslim), and any other outcome that becomes the news of the day. The only group excluded from this is white male Republicans. Get over it. This won’t change.
What a news day!
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