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Media and Tech Controlling What You See?

Whether conservative or not, all Americans should be scared about what is occurring this campaign season.  The collusion between media and tech companies to maximize negativity about Donald Trump and minimize anything deemed anti-Hillary Clinton is slowly beginning to resemble mind control normally reserved for B movies or The Twilight Zone.

Liz Crokin, an award winning journalist, writes in the Observer, a detailed account of how media and tech are colluding against Mr. Trump.

Sidebar: Unlike ABC’s George Stephanopolous who failed to mention his contributions of $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation when he interviewed Mrs. Clinton, the Observer notes at the bottom of the article that Mr. Trump is the father-in law of the publisher of Observer Media.

Apple, Twitter, Google and Instagram Collude to Defeat Trump| Observer by Liz Crokin

The usual suspects from left-leaning major media outlets like The New York Times, MSNBC, CNN and even entertainment networks are doing everything in their power to ensure a Clinton victory. Look no further than to Wolf Blitzer mincing around and drinking wine at the Democratic convention, celebrating Hillary’s nomination. But the propaganda skewing this election runs much deeper than just the media: our iPhones, iPads, social media networks, Google and even video games are all in the tank for Hillary Clinton—and it’s chilling.

I began looking into how strong the bias and censorship runs in these forums after I did an interview on the pro-Trump podcast, MAGAPod. The show’s host, Mark Hammond, was disappointed Apple wouldn’t run his show without an “explicit” warning. Hammond’s podcast didn’t contain content that would be deemed explicit under Apple’s policy, and most other shows in the News & Politics category aren’t labeled as such.

On June 18, Hammond talked to Sandra, a representative from Apple. She explained that, since the description of his show is pro-Trump, his show is explicit in nature—because the subject matter is Donald Trump. So, an Apple employee concluded the Republican presidential candidate is explicit.

Read the rest of the article at Apple, Twitter, Google, and Instagram Collude to Defeat Trump | Observer