Following the results of the Mueller investigation, Trump is doing better than he ever has in his presidency.
He can now push forward with his agenda without a massive hoax slowing him down.
And an entirely different investigation is taking off that could take down Trump’s biggest enemy.
There is nobody more dangerous to the Trump presidency and the future of America than big tech.
Massive tech companies like Google, Twitter, and Facebook hold immense power and have the ability to sway public opinion.
And with them all being located in far-left centers, they have a major slant towards the Democrat Party and against Trump.
That’s why President Trump is standing against them, demanding fairness from tech monopolies.
And the two biggest names in big tech are now facing a major investigation that could take them all down.
Both Twitter and Google are facing an investigation by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) into potential housing discrimination.
This comes just after Facebook was formally charged with similar offenses.
In the case of Facebook, it is due to their post targeting tools that encourage unlawful discrimination by restricting who can view housing ads.
HUD Secretary Ben Carson spoke of the charges against Facebook in a statement.
“Facebook is discriminating against people based upon who they are and where they live,” Carson said. “Using a computer to limit a person’s housing choices can be just as discriminatory as slamming a door in someone’s face.”
These are harsh charges against a company that spews claims of inclusiveness.
But anybody paying attention knows that they don’t actually care about inclusiveness.
They have been caught time and time again unfairly targeting conservatives, whether it be through unfair policy enforcement, or secret algorithms to limit the reach from conservatives.
In the case of Google, things are even more troublesome.
With Google being the top search engine in the world, it is where people using the internet search for information.
And studies show that their results favor the left, and are harmful to conservatives disproportionately.
In the case of President Trump, searches for him overwhelmingly show negative results, from sources hostile to conservatives.
But searches for left-wing politicians generally show positive results from websites friendly to them.
And on Twitter, conservatives are routinely suspended from the platform, often with no reason.
So these are all platforms that routinely discriminate against people based on their political views.
When they do this it can directly have an effect on elections.
Conservatives not being able to voice their opinion only benefits liberal candidates.
And if results for Republican politicians on Google are all negative, while results for liberals are positive, it has an effect on undecided voters searching for information.
If these platforms are working to ensure that things are unfair for conservatives, it seems as though this is true election interference.
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