Big Tech oligarchs are almost all leftists.
It’s reflected in how their platforms are oriented and policed.
Now Big Tech is providing cover for one authoritarian communist regime.
Leftists were skeptical of corporations when America was a manufacturing economy.
Now that the country is largely an information economy with liberal CEOs steering the ship, leftists protest the totalitarian behavior of corporations.
So it was hardly surprising that Twitter ran interference for the communist dictatorship of Cuba.
The hashtag #SOSCuba trended on the platform as anti-regime protesters took to the streets to show their disdain for the six-decade reign of the communists.
But Twitter described #SOSCuba as merely “protests” about the rising cases of COVID-19 on the island.
It didn’t take long for people to hammer Twitter for their subtle defense of the regime.
Leftists in the West have defended and aided Cuba since Fidel Castro’s communist revolution in the 1950s.
The West’s love affair with Cuba began when The New York Times wrote a glowing profile of Castro when his revolution was at its nadir.
With the help of the corporate-controlled press, Castro seized power and held onto it for decades, much to the joy of the international Left.
Conservative pundit Candace Owens also called out the nexus between Big Tech, Big Pharma, and Big Government:
Twitter is running with a news banner that people in #Cuba are boycotting over “a shortage of the Covid-19 vaccine”.
The audacity and filth of that lie is staggering.
Big Pharma and its collusion with Big Tech and Big Government is the greatest evil to freedom everywhere.
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) July 12, 2021
The Cold Warrior Democrats of the past have been almost entirely replaced by radicals with an undying fondness for Cuba.
And they work for the companies that control the national – and international – discourse.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.