California Judge Tosses Tulsi Gabbard’s Google Lawsuit


In recent years, big tech platforms such as Google, Twitter, Facebook, etc. have come under fire. The greatest and most frequent complaints involve reports of censorship, notably censorship of right-wing online users.

People who support President Trump or otherwise harbor conservative leanings have reported experiences involving video demonetizations, account suspensions, subjection to shadowbans, and even outright de-platforming. As this matter continues to arise in conversations, big tech is pushing back against these claims.

However, conservative Americans are not the only ones to speak out about censorship. As a matter of fact, Hawaii congresswoman and 2020 Democrat Tulsi Gabbard filed a lawsuit against Google for censorship.

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Earlier this week, a California judge tossed out Gabbard’s lawsuit; however, it still remains a relevant point in the conversations about online censorship.

Everything to Know About Gabbard’s Lawsuit Against Google

Gabbard hit Google with a $50 million dollar suit after the platform temporarily suspended her advertisement account. This suspension notably occurred after Gabbard shredded Kamala Harris on the Democrat debate stage regarding the latter’s actions as a prosecutor.