White House to Hold Social Media Summit to Discuss Whether Big Tech Platforms are Trying to Silence Conservatives

PragerU takes its battle against Big Tech companies like Google, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter to Washington, D.C., this week and next for the increasing amount of censorship of conservative voices.

PragerU representatives will participate in a social media summit hosted by the White House on Thursday. The summit aims to discuss accusations by conservatives that Big Tech platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Google and YouTube intentionally suppress their message. Recent Google insider revelations confirm such concerns, even outing a Google executive’s hope their work would prevent “the next Trump situation.” The leak cited PragerU by name, along with commentator Ben Shapiro and professor Jordan Petersen, labeling them as “Nazis using the dog whistles.”

Speaking to the Washington Post last week about the White House’s summit, PragerU’s chief marketing officer Craig Strazzeri said, “Big tech needs to be held accountable for their actions, and the general public needs to be aware of what’s going on.”

Next Tuesday, PragerU’s co-founder, Dennis Prager, will testify before the U.S. Senate’s Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, chaired by Senator Ted Cruz, R-Texas. His testimony is expected to highlight how online media targets conservatives like Prager University and seeks to remove their voices from the public square. He will recall how YouTube, a subsidiary of Google, has restricted over 100 PragerU videos and labeled them as “dangerous” or “derogatory.” The censorship includes videos on subjects like the Ten Commandments and the founding of Israel. The tech company also prevents PragerU from monetizing many of its videos.

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SOURCE: Charisma News