Michael Brown on The Tyranny of Big Tech Will Be Resisted

If there’s one thing Americans love, it is freedom. And if there is one thing Americans are known for, it is being a freedom-loving, independent people. That’s why it is no surprise that some world leaders are aghast that Big Tech could ban for life the president of the United States.

This is the encroaching tyranny of Big Tech. It will be resisted.

Just consider what has happened within the last few days.

In the immediate aftermath of the storming of the Capitol, social media began banning, blocking or suspending the accounts of people like Steve Bannon, General Michael Flynn and Sidney Powell.

On Jan. 7, former first lady Michelle Obama called for Big Tech to ban Trump for life, an utterly outrageous, completely over the top request. One day later, the ban was in place.

The same day, Google and Apple turned their backs on Parler, the most popular alternative to Twitter, followed by Amazon shutting down Parler’s servers.

As Parler’s CEO John Matze said to Tucker Carlson, “You just never think it will happen, right? … What is really interesting is that they all did it on the same day, those three [Apple, Google and Amazon] without any prior warning. We woke up on Friday thinking business, business as usual.”

Google didn’t even notify him directly. Matze read about their actions online.

Monday, former Sen. Ron Paul announced that his Facebook account had been temporarily suspended after he linked to an article on his website criticizing Big Tech’s overreach. You do not criticize Big Brother.

As he tweeted,

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SOURCE: Charisma News