“Conservatives Push Back on Blacklisting”
National Press Club
529 14th Street Northwest, Washington DC,
Tuesday, May 14th, 2019 3:30-4:25pm
Big- Tech Voter Impact 2020 U.S. Presidential Election Cycle- (combating fake-news, voter manipulation and foreign government interference)
Panelists- Bob Heckman; Laura Loomer; Todd Cefaratti, Author Tech Tyrants; Jesse Kamzol Fmr RNC Digital Director; **Dan Gainor, Media Research Center (MRC)
Special Guest- **Joy Villa- (Grammy nominee; singer, actress and Republican activist)
Please join us by participating in this timely and highly necessary roundtable and panel discussion to examine some of the most critical and perplexing issues facing us today related to Big-Tech and social media platforms ahead of the 2020 U.S. Presidential election. The time to take corrective steps is now, while there is still time!!
If you don’t think Big Tech targeting and blacklisting can happen to you, think again, the domino effect has begun!!
Donald Trump, Jr recently asked the question, referring to Big- Tech– what will you do when they come for you?
The so-called “Masters of the Universe” AKA “FANG” have firmly established their monopoly of social media and other IT platforms and have now entered a new phase of intimidation & control. These platforms are systematically targeting/filtering or out-right kicking people and organizations with Conservative views off their platforms with little to no recourse.
We have witnessed how these monopolies have manipulated and adversely impacted our– political, economic, religious and other institutions domestically and globally. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!!
It’s high time we stop complaining in a vacuum and demand changes to institute a culture of “STANDARDS” by which Big-Tech must comply.
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