Poll Finds Massive Support For Bill to Force Big Tech Companies to be Politically NeutralChris Menahan
Jul. 13, 2019
Portland: Antifa Rioters Attack Right-Wingers With Hammers, Beat Man Unconscious, Spray People With Mace
Chinese State Media Announces 2.56M 'Discredited Entities' Prevented From Purchasing Plane Tickets Under Social Credit System
Poll: Only 29 Percent Of Americans Believe Jeffrey Epstein Committed Suicide
Teen Bringing Gun to School And Pointing It At Fellow Students Gets Little Media Coverage
Foreign Policy Goes Into Propaganda Overdrive: 'White Supremacists Want A Nuclear Weapon'
A new poll from Echelon Insights found Senator Josh Hawley's bill which aims to force Big Tech companies to be politically neutral was "the most popular tech-related proposal" out of multiple plans tested.
The plan is supported by voters from both parties and Independents by huge margins.
Echelon Insights Patrick Ruffini shared the results Thursday on Twitter:
Senator Hawley talked about his bill Thursday at the White House Social Media Summit:
"Americans are tired of Big Tech censorship. Time to listen to them, not the Big Tech-funded apologists," Hawley said on Twitter, linking to the above poll.
Though voters from both parties are clamoring for Big Tech to be reigned in without any action on the part of our congress, 140 House Republicans just voted with Democrats to give a massive handout to Google and other tech giants by passing a bill that will hand out hundreds of thousands of green cards to Indian contract workers so they can drive down wages and outsource our nation's jobs.
The disconnect between what the public actually wants and what our sold out (or blackmailed?) criminal congress is giving us could not be any bigger.
Follow InformationLiberation on Twitter, Facebook, Gab and Minds.