Poll: 61% Of Big Tech Employees Say Ban Alex JonesChris Menahan
Aug. 31, 2018
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Big Tech employees overwhelmingly want to see the censorship of Alex Jones expanded, according to a new survey.
A recent survey from big tech workplace discussion app Blind shows that 61 percent of employees at major tech firms agree that Twitter should join the rest of Silicon Valley in blacklisting Infowars host Alex Jones. The notable exception is Twitter employees themselves.To quote our great president, "these are not good people, folks!"
Fortunately, President Trump is standing up to these petty tyrants.
As he said during his rally in Indiana on Thursday, "We will not let large corporations silence conservative voices."
"We're not going to let them control what we can and cannot see, read and learn from."
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