One of the enigmas of the 2020 election season is why Big Tech companies came up with an unprecedented ‘standard’ to censor one of the world’s most influential political figures: Donald Trump.
Now, for the first time, we have access to some of the behind-the-scenes conversations between a state government, a Biden-linked company, and Big Tech firms during the 2020 campaign.
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Judicial Watch’s investigation found evidence of possible conspiracy. To fight so-called “misinformation” on social media sites, the government monitoring organization filed FOIA requests that yielded hundreds of pages of correspondence.
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The Epoch Times claimed, citing a claim from the government monitoring organization Judicial Watch, that “California officials colluded with Big Tech to censor social media posts in the United States during the 2020 presidential election.”
“The results come after Judicial Watch obtained 540 pages and four additional pages of documents from the California Secretary of State’s office in response to an open records request,” according to the paper.
“SKDKnickerbocker, a communications firm linked to President Joe Biden’s election campaign, was involved in the censorship of speech during last year’s election period,” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said.
According to Judicial Watch, the organization accomplished this by exchanging its ‘Misinformation Daily Briefings’ with California authorities, who then passed them on to social networking behemoths Facebook, Twitter, and Google for distribution.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said, “These latest documents indicate a plot against Americans’ First Amendment rights by the California Secretary of State, the Biden campaign operation, and Big Tech.”
In 2001, 2005, and 2017, the Democratic Party objected to presidential elections, the latter of which preceded protests at Trump’s inauguration. Big Tech companies did little to stop the Democrats from making false election statements and accusing Trump of colluding with Russia for years.