Tech Companies Caught Arranging America’s Destruction

Documents received through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) process from Judicial Watch reveal that officials asked tech platforms like Twitter and Facebook, essentially asking them to censor information throughout the 2020 election.

Judicial Watch got 540 pages of materials proving how California officials demanded that tech companies censor information about election irregularities and fraud. The tech platforms complied with the requests in the majority of circumstances, showing how the two are organized to enforce Big Brother controls against free discourse.

Jenna Dresner, who works for the Office of Election Cybersecurity, admitted the role of her office was to enforce Totalitarian controls.

“We do not remove posts., Dresner said. “We alert these companies to possible sources of misinformation and let them decide.”

Judicial Watch highlighted that the California secretary of state’s office has taken aim at their information, falsely saying it is misinformation and demanding that companies remove their content.

“These new documents show a conspiracy against free speech by California government officials, the Biden team, and Big Tech., said Tom Fitton, the Judicial Watch President.

“This evidence blows up the lie that tech company censorship is ‘private’ – as the documents reveal the collusion between government officials in numerous states to suppress speech about elections., he added.

One email reveals Chris Miller, shown as communications coordinator for Alex Padilla, California’s secretary of state, demanding that content be censored, and Facebook’s response that they would go along with future requests.

Another email reveals the California secretary of state’s office organizing with a third-party company to stifle content from right-wingers like Michael Savage.

As more details like these come out, we see what really happened during the 2020 election, and Trump is proven right about one of the most obvious crimes in U.S. history.

Author: Steven Sinclaire