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‘Playing selective god’: Google ‘whistleblower’ tells Project Veritas that search engine ‘skews’ results in Democrats’ favor

The skew in donations has only fueled the Republicans’ frustration with censorship on the social media platforms. In the name of preventing “disinformation,” Facebook, Google and Twitter have engaged in mass purges of users in the past months, repeatedly changed the rules as to what would be allowed regarding the election, and censored government officials – including President Trump himself – for what they decided was ‘problematic’ content.

So far, however, the GOP’s response has been confined to words. The practical steps undertaken by the Trump administration – such as Tuesday’s antitrust action against Google by the Department of Justice – appears to be following the recommendations of House Democrats.

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