Dhillon on Google Burying Conservative Media

Dhillon on Google Burying Conservative Media

Harmeet Dhillon

Harmeet Dhillon Appears on Fox News’ ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ To Discuss Google Burying Conservative Media

According to Dhillon:

Why is the Department of Justice not opening up? Why is the Federal Trade Commission not investigating them for their deceptive trade practices and failure to disclose the manipulation of data? So today itself, the European Union opened up its forth in the last two years, investigation into Google for antitrust issues for manipulating the search, and so far they’ve been fined at $7.1 billion in Europe and the last seventeen months, but nothing in the United States for the same issues. One of the reasons is that these companies, both of them, are very adept at spreading money around Capitol Hill including through the use of a former Republican congresswoman, Susan Molinari. And that’s why you see legislators backing off for the most part. We are talking about fascistic control of our data in a way that is perceived and benevolent certainly by Liberals and is not being criticized at all by the Right. I think that is a very difficult situation.

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Interestingly I think we are going to see some action in the new Congress because Liberals are concerned about the data theft, much more so than Conservatives are, but we’re still not going see anything about these bias in terms of viewpoint. In addition to what’s been covered so far in this segment tonight, obviously, there is the suppression of YouTube videos on an ideological basis. Google also discourages its advertisers from advertising on conservative platforms like Breitbart and others. Google search engine has labelled the California Republican Party as having Nazi ideology and Republican women as enablers. It’s the most despicable, defamatory work and it’s all protected by the Communications Decency Act which members of Congress could certainly edit and change, but they don’t. I’m very disappointed in our government and its failure to act on these issues.

I don’t think any members of Congress currently have identified themselves as being hostile to this, but Jim Jordan certainly seems to be somebody who is familiar with these issues and Matt Gaetz is another. I think these guys are sensitive to these issues and I don’t think they will be holding to big tech. But we have had senators, Mike Lee for example, looked at the antitrust situation and backed off. I’d like them to take a hard look at this and have some hearings and really put them on the spot. I have suggested that some hard questions need to be asked and I know that there’s an intention to ask some hard questions.

Harmeet Dhillon is a nationally recognized lawyer, trusted boardroom advisor, and passionate advocate for individual, corporate and institutional clients across numerous industries and walks of life. Her focus is in commercial litigation, employment law, First Amendment rights, and election law matters.
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