For years now, big tech platforms like Twitter, Facebook, and Google have come under fire for censorship. Republicans and conservatives consistently maintain that these sites intentionally censor right-leaning views while giving leftists indefinite passes.
For what it’s worth, Twitter, Facebook, and Google have pushed back against claims of intentional censorship of conservatives; however, over the years, considerable evidence has emerged showing otherwise.
Earlier this year, Facebook and Twitter both indefinitely banned former President Trump from using their services after the insurrection on January 6; both sites claimed that Trump breached their terms of service agreements and furthermore posed risks for additional violence.
On Wednesday, the 45th president announced his decision to bring a class-action lawsuit against Twitter, Facebook, and Google.
A deeper dive into Trump’s lawsuit against Twitter, Facebook, and Google
Yesterday, the former president of the United States spoke with Newsmax about his lawsuit against the aforementioned big tech companies.