Study Reveals Big Tech Censorship Is Far Worse Than We Thought

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A recent poll indicates the disturbing amount of information big tech is concealing from the American people, especially if that information originates from conservative content creators, according to BlazeTV host Dave Rubin and John Bachman on Newsmax.

The Media Research Center recently released a study on the effects of secondhand censorship, which is defined as the frequency with which users of social media have information withheld from them. The study found that in just the first three months of 2022, there were at least 144 million instances of conservative content being blocked from the platform’s users.

Dave and John also talked about Pete Buttigieg, the secretary of transportation, and his most recent ignorant remark regarding the price of electric vehicles and how surprised he is that some people find it so difficult to give up the status quo, or fossil fuels.

Facebook was identified by MRC as the main offender, with users experiencing secondhand censoring 86,627,526 times. At 23,543,230, YouTube was in second place, closely followed by 17,065,054 on Twitter.

Facebook essentially restricted President Donald Trump’s more than 90 million followers when it deleted his account.

YouTube indirectly censored conservative talk show presenter Dan Bongino’s audience 1,764,989 times by removing his postings regarding masks failing to stop the spread of Covid-19.

976,300 individuals were indirectly impacted when Twitter deleted Article Millennial Editor-at-Large Andy Ngo’s post about a death threat he received on the grounds that it broke their community rules.

Facebook essentially restricted President Donald Trump’s more than 90 million followers when it deleted his account.

YouTube indirectly censored conservative talk show presenter Dan Bongino’s audience 1,764,989 times by removing his postings regarding masks failing to stop the spread of Covid-19.

976,300 individuals were indirectly impacted when Twitter deleted Article Millennial Editor-at-Large Andy Ngo’s post about a death threat he received on the grounds that it broke their community rules.

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