One author exposed how Big Tech truly affected the 2020 election

The Democrats have a new ally in Big Tech.

Silicon Valley oligarchs have the power to do what Democrat politicians could only dream.

And one author exposed how Big Tech truly affected the 2020 election.

It’s become verboten to question anything about the 2020 Presidential election.

Doing so is almost immediate grounds for censorship or flat-out suspension.

But Breitbart Editor-in-chief Alex Marlow is exposing how Big Tech altered the 2020 election in a significant way.

Marlow wrote in a Washington Times op-ed:

“What I have come to believe . . . after extensive research that appears in my new book “Breaking the News: Exposing the Establishment Media’s Hidden Deals and Secret Corruption” is that the manipulation of social media platforms and activism by partisan Democrats in Silicon Valley was a deciding factor in the outcome of the 2020 presidential election . . . Some of the most powerful people in the world . . . none of them elected, most of them anonymous – turned dials to increase or decrease the flow of critical information the American electorate needed to make informed decisions in the presidential race.”

This assertion is undeniably true.

Twitter notoriously blocked the dissemination of a bombshell report by the New York Post on its platform.

The Post, the oldest newspaper in the country, was blocked out of its Twitter account at the crescendo of the general election because they broke the Hunter Biden “laptop from hell” scandal.

Twitter would not even allow the Post story to be shared through private direct messaging.

A Facebook executive said the spread of the story would also be curbed on that platform.

Legacy media outlets ran with the story that the Hunter Biden bombshell was “Russian disinformation” even though there was absolutely zero evidence for that claim.

McCarthyite congressman Adam Schiff said he’d seen evidence of Russian disinformation, but John Ratcliffe, for Director of National Intelligence, said that assertion was bunk.

Big Tech also has stealthier ways to shape public discourse.

For example, Twitter can decide which topics trend and which ones do not.

They can determine who gets a “verified” blue check mark – denoting credibility, in the minds of many – and who does not.

For example, the satirical Chrisitian website The Babylon Bee has almost 1 million subscribers, but Twitter still refuses to give them a blue checkmark.

Progressive columnist Molly Ball wrote in TIME Magazine that a “well-funded cabal of powerful people” conspired to “fortify” the election, i.e. make sure Donald Trump doesn’t win.

Some of the members within that cabal were most certainly Silicon Valley bigwigs.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story. 

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